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ABADRU employs a variety of people with a variety of specialties to create an environment where all three areas of vector-borne diseases, the virus, vector and host, can be examined. This unique interaction within one unit allows the scientific staff to examine how a small change in one part of the cycle affects the disease process in the other two areas. Specific information about the positions utilized at the lab are found in Careers, along with a link to the federal jobs database.