Understanding the Epidemiology of Syphilis in the United States

The purpose of this project is to better understand the epidemiologic and microbiologic aspects of syphilis infection in the United States.

This FOA is divided into two parts:
(1) The goal is to collect syphilis specimens for research on genetic, proteomic, or serologic markers in order to


facilitate diagnostic assay development and validation; and (2) This activity will explore the potential role of sex and social networks in men who have sex with men (MSM) on syphilis epidemics and how these networks interact to transmit syphilis, including repeat infection.

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Section 318 (a)(b)(c) of the Public Service Act [42 U.S.C.

Section 247c (a)(b) and (c)], as amended (CFDA number 93.978); Public Health Service Act, Title 42, Sections 301(a) [42 USC 241(a)]; 307 [42 USC 242l]; 317, 317(k)(1) [42 USC 243, 247b(k)(1), 247b(k)(2), 247c] (CFDA number 93.084).

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Christine Morrisoncjm3@cdc.gov

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