Health's Humanitarian Challenge

Sean Diehl '98 looking through a microscope

Sean Diehl '98 (Photo provided)

As our planet continues to warm, mosquito-borne diseases like Zika and dengue are finding new territories to thrive in, including areas where they were previously rare, such as Europe and parts of the United States. This shifting health landscape underscores the vital role of immunology researchers like Sean Diehl ’98. 

Read the entire article in the newest issue of the Geneseo Scene.


Keith Walters '11
Director of College Advancement Communications