Invasive Disease Caused by Nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae
Dr. Elizabeth Briere discusses Nontypeable Haemophilus influenza which causes a variety of infections in children and adults.
Putative Lineage of Novel African Usutu Virus, Central Europe
Sarah Gregory reads an abridged version of "Putative Lineage of Novel African Usutu Virus, Central Europe."
The Past Is Never Dead—Measles Epidemic, Boston, Massachusetts, 1713
Dr. David Morens reads excerpts from his essay about Cotton Mather’s diary, which details the experience and tragedy of the measles outbreak in Boston, Massachusetts in 1713.
Cost-effectiveness of Chlamydia Vaccination Programs for Young Women
Dr. Kwame Owusu-Edusei discusses the importance of chlamydia vaccine development.
Neurocysticercosis—a Parasitic Brain Infection
Dr. Seth O’Neal discusses his article on the economic burden of neurocysticercosis, which is a brain infection caused by Taenia solium larval cysts.
Novel Eurasian Highly Pathogenic Influenza A H5 Viruses in Wild Birds, Washington, USA, 2014
Sarah Gregory reads an abridged version of the article, Novel Eurasian Highly Pathogenic Influenza A H5 Viruses in Wild Birds, Washington, USA, 2014.
Lives of a Cell: 40 Years Later, A Third Interpretation
Reginald Tucker reads an abridged version of the article Lives of a Cell: 40 Years Later, A Third Interpretation.
Reemergence of Murine Typhus in the US
Dr. Lucas Blanton discusses the Reemergence of Murine Typhus in Galveston Texas in 2013.
Epidemiology of Human Plague in the United States, 1900–2012
Dr. Kiersten Kugeler discusses the Epidemiology of Human Plague in the United States.
Rates and Risk Factors for Coccidioidomycosis among Prison Inmates, California, USA, 2011
Dr. Charlotte Wheeler discusses Coccidioidomycosis among Prison Inmates in California.
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