Volume 7-2001 and Volume 5-1999 are links to podcasts recorded in 2015 about articles that appeared in EID during those years. Volume 12-2006 is a link to a podcast recorded in 2018.
Dr. Matthew Kuehnert, medical director for MTF Biologics, the nation's largest tissue bank, and an Associate Editor for the EID journal, discusses how rabbit fever was spread to three patients who received organ transplants.
View full-text article: Francisella tularensis Transmission by Solid Organ Transplantation, 2017
Dr. Heidi Soeters, an epidemiologist at CDC, discusses new vaccines for preventing certain types of meningococcal diseases.
View full-text article: University-Based Outbreaks of Meningococcal Disease Caused by Serogroup B, United States, 2013–2018
Dr. Emilio Dirlikov, a CDC epidemiologist, discusses his historical review of tuberculosis surveillance and control in Puerto Rico.
View full-text article: Tuberculosis Surveillance and Control, Puerto Rico, 1898–2015
Dr. Tommy Rampling, a clinician and academic fellow at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases in London, discusses the need for biological reference materials to prepare for high-threat pathogens.
View full-text article: International Biological Reference Preparations for Epidemic Infectious Diseases
Dr. Anita McElroy, a pediatric infectious disease physician and scientist at the University of Pittsburg and a guest researcher at CDC, discusses her article about macrophages, an infection-fighting cell, and their connection with Ebola.
View full-text article: Macrophage Activation Marker Soluble CD163 Associated with Fatal and Severe Ebola Virus Disease in Humans
Isabel Griffin, an outbreak epidemiologist at the Florida Department of Health in Miami, discusses the surprising long duration of IgM antibodies in Zika patients.
View full-text article: Zika Virus IgM Detection and Neutralizing Antibody Profiles 12–19 Months after Illness Onset
Dr. Holly Sinclair, medical doctor in clinical microbiology and infectious diseases at Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, discusses a new type of infection spread through the bite of koalas.
View full-text article: Identification of Lonepinella sp. in Koala Bite Wound Infections, Queensland, Australia
Dr. Xiangyu Deng, an assistant professor at the University of Georgia, discusses the use of genomic sequencing to identify the source of salmonella infection.
View full-text article: Zoonotic Source Attribution of Salmonella enterica Serotype Typhimurium Using Genomic Surveillance Data, United States