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.
Volume 26, Number 10—October 2020
Dr. Isabella Eckerle, head of the Center for Emerging Viral Diseases at the University of Geneva, and Sarah Gregory discuss what we now know about COVID-19 in children and teens.
View full-text article: Culture-Competent SARS-CoV-2 in Nasopharynx of Symptomatic Neonates, Children, and Adolescents
Volume 26, Number 9—September 2020
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.
View full-text article: Encephalopathy and Encephalitis Associated with Cerebrospinal Fluid Cytokine Alterations and Coronavirus Disease, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 2020
Dr. Gabriella Lamb, an assistant in medicine at Boston Children's Hospital, and Sarah Gregory discuss tuberculosis testing in internationally displaced children in Texas.
View full-text article: Tuberculosis in Internationally Displaced Children Resettling in Harris County, Texas, USA, 2010–2015
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.
View full-text article: Policy Decisions and Use of Information Technology to Fight COVID-19, Taiwan
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.
View full-text article: High Contagiousness and Rapid Spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2
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.
View full-text article: Evidence Supporting Transmission of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 While Presymptomatic or Asymptomatic
Natalie Thornburg, a research microbiologist at CDC, and Sarah Gregory discuss better ways to understand, prevent, and control SARS-CoV-2
View full-text article: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 from Patient with Coronavirus Disease, United States
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.
View full-text article: Nonpharmaceutical Measures for Pandemic Influenza in Nonhealthcare Settings—Social Distancing Measures
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.
View full-text article: Pregnancy Outcomes among Women Receiving rVSVΔ-ZEBOV-GP Ebola Vaccine during the Sierra Leone Trial to Introduce a Vaccine against Ebola
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.
View full-text article: Surge in Anaplasmosis Cases in Maine, USA, 2013–2017
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.
View full-text article: Social Responses to Epidemics Depicted by Cinema
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.
View full-text article: Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Transmission
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.
View full-text article: Paid Leave and Access to Telework as Work Attendance Determinants during Acute Respiratory Illness, United States, 2017–2018
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.
View full-text article: Outbreak of Peste des Petits Ruminants among Critically Endangered Mongolian Saiga and Other Wild Ungulates, Mongolia, 2016–2017