Volume 7-2001 and Volume 5- 1999 are links to podcasts recorded in 2015 about articles that appeared in EID during those years.
Resurgence of Yellow Fever in Angola, 2015–2016
Sarah Gregory reads an abridged version of an article on the resurgence of yellow fever in Angola.
Geometric Abstract Art and Public Health Data
Dr. Salaam Semaan, a CDC behavioral scientist, discusses the similarities between geometric abstract art and public health data analysis.
Why We Need West Nile Virus Testing
Dr. Rodrigo Hasbun, a professor of infectious diseases at McGovern Medical School at UT Health, discusses the need for West Nile virus testing in Texas.
Extensively Drug-Resistant TB
Dr. Charlotte Kvasnovsky, a surgery resident and Ph.D. candidate in biostatistics, discusses various types of drug resistance in TB patients in South Africa.
Rabies in Transplant Recipients
Dr. Richard Franka, a CDC scientist, discusses rabies in organ transplant recipients.
Comparing Sporadic and Outbreak-associated Foodborne Illness
Dr. Eric Ebel, a veterinarian and risk analyst with USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, discusses his article on sporadic and outbreak-associated cases of foodborne illness.
Scarlet Fever Upsurge in England and Molecular-Genetic Analysis in North-West London, 2014
Sarah Gregory reads an abridged version of the article, Scarlet Fever Upsurge in England and Molecular-Genetic Analysis in North-West London, 2014.
Dr. Tyler Sharp, a CDC epidemiologist, discusses dengue in southern Texas.
Threat from Emerging Vectorborne Viruses
Reginald Tucker reads an abridged version of the commentary by CDC author Ronald Rosenberg, Threat from Emerging Vectorborne Viruses.
A Tick on the Move?
CDC’s tick expert, Dr. Christopher Paddock, discusses ticks found in a new location.
Determinants and Drivers of Infectious Disease Threat Events in Europe
Reginald Tucker reads an abridged version of the article, Determinants and Drivers of Infectious Disease Threat Events in Europe.
Nipah Virus Transmission from Bats to Humans Associated with Drinking Traditional Liquor Made from Date Palm Sap, Bangladesh, 2011–2014
Sarah Gregory reads an abridged version of the article, Nipah Virus Transmission from Bats to Humans Associated with Drinking Traditional Liquor Made from Date Palm Sap, Bangladesh, 2011–2014.
Shigella Sonnei and Shiga Toxin
Katherine Lamba, an infectious disease epidemiologist with the California Department of Public Health, discusses Shiga Toxin producing Shigella sonnei.
75 Years of Histoplasmosis Outbreaks in the United States
Dr. Christopher Uejio, Department of Geography and Program in Public Health, Florida State University, discusses Cryptococcus gattii on Vancouver Island.
Louseborne Relapsing Fever in Europe
Dr. David Freedman discusses louseborne relapsing fever in Europe.
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