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A podcast highlighting key articles in the current issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases, a journal from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
340 Episodes
Dr. Faruque Ahmed, an epidemiologist at CDC, and Sarah Gregory discuss the effect of paid leave and teleworking on keeping employees home during infectious respiratory illnesses.
Dr. Karima Benameur, a neurologist and associate professor in the Department of Neurology at Emory School of Medicine, and Sarah Gregory discuss neurologic complications from coronavirus disease.
Dr. Amy Pruden, a professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech, and Sarah Gregory discuss Legionella bacteria in the Flint, Michigan water supply.
Dr. Laura Matrajt, a research associate at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and Sarah Gregory discuss how and why social distancing works to help control the spread of COVID-19.
Nathan Furukawa, a CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service officer, and Sarah Gregory discuss evidence that people who have coronavirus disease without symptoms can still spread the disease.
Dr. Elana Osen, a specialty registrar at St. George's University Hospital in London, and Sarah Gregory discuss the poem she wrote expressing her feelings about COVID-19.
Dr. Ruian Ke, a scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, and Sarah Gregory discuss how quickly COVID-19 spreads and possible steps to control it.
Dr. Jewel Mullen, Associate Dean for Health Equity at the Dell Medical School of the University of Texas, and Sarah Gregory discuss how Taiwan used internet technology to help make policy decisions for controlling the spread of COVID-19.
Jennifer Legardy-Williams, a health scientist at CDC, and Sarah Gregory discuss the effect on pregnancy outcomes for women receiving an Ebola vaccine in Sierra Leone.
MERS Transmission

MERS Transmission


Dr. Marie Killerby, an epidemiologist at CDC, and Sarah Gregory discuss how Middle East Respiratory Syndrome-a coronavirus-can be transmitted from camels and between people.
Anaplasmosis in Maine

Anaplasmosis in Maine


Dr. Susan Elias, a scientist in the Lyme and Vector-borne Disease Laboratory at the Maine Medical Center Research Institute, and Sarah Gregory discuss an increase in cases of the tickborne disease anaplasmosis in Maine.
Natalie Thornburg, a research microbiologist at CDC, and Sarah Gregory discuss better ways to understand, prevent, and control SARS-CoV-2
Dr. Virginia Dato, a physician board certified in public health and general preventive medicine, and Sarah Gregory discuss how to construct a simple respiratory face mask with easily available materials.
Epidemics in Movies

Epidemics in Movies


Dr. Daniel Curtis, an associate professor specializing in social responses to historical diseases at Erasmus University in the Netherlands, and Sarah Gregory discuss how people in movies react to epidemic disease outbreaks.
Dr. Domenico Otranto, a professor of human and animal parasitic diseases at the University of Bari in Italy, and Sarah Gregory discuss how to control the spread of leishmaniasis, life-threatening disease in humans often carried by dogs.
Dr. Ben Cowling, editor-in-chief of Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses and an associate editor for the Emerging Infectious Diseases journal, and Sarah Gregory discuss nonpharmaceutical ways to prevent the spread of pandemic flu and COVID-19.
Dr. Affan Shoukat, a mathematical epidemiologist and modeling postdoctoral associate at the Centers for Disease Modeling and Analysis at Yale University, and Sarah Gregory discuss the cost-effectiveness of providing a vaccine to prevent Zika in the Americas.
Dr. Erin Graf, Director of the Infectious Disease Diagnostics Lab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, and Sarah Gregory discuss the link between acute flaccid myelitis and certain enteroviruses.
CDC's Commander Kristie Clarke, a medical epidemiologist, discusses diphtheria with Sarah Gregory.
Dr. Corrie Brown, a distinguished professor of veterinary pathology at the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia, and Sarah Gregory discuss large-scale die-offs among saiga antelopes.
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