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. Kevin De Cock, whose distinguished career includes director of CDC Kenya and director of WHO HIV/AIDS, with Emerging Infectious Diseases Editor-in-Chief Dr. Peter Drotman, and Sarah Gregory discuss the history of HIV/AIDS, and what we've learned along the past 40 years.
View full-text article: Reflections on 40 Years of AIDS
Dr. Mateusz Markowicz, a researcher at the Medical University of Vienna in Austria, and Sarah Gregory discuss the risk of tickborne infections after a tick bite.
View full-text article: Infections with Tickborne Pathogens after Tick Bite, Austria, 2015–2018
Dr. Kristen Pettrone, an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer at CDC, and Sarah Gregory discuss the characteristics of hospitalized and nonhospitalized patients with COVID-19 in Atlanta.
View full-text article: Characteristics and Risk Factors of Hospitalized and Nonhospitalized COVID-19 Patients, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, March–April 2020
Dr. Ria Ghai, an associate service fellow at CDC, and Sarah Gregory discuss how animals can serve as reservoirs for emerging coronaviruses.
View full-text article: Animal Reservoirs and Hosts for Emerging Alphacoronaviruses and Betacoronaviruses
Dr. Kristien Van Reeth, a professor of virology at Ghent University in Belgium, and Sarah Gregory discuss a case of avian-like swine influenza in a pig farmer in the Netherlands.
View full-text article: Human Infection with Eurasian Avian-Like Swine Influenza A(H1N1) Virus, the Netherlands, September 2019
Dr. Stina Syrjänen, a professor and chairman emerita at the University of Turku and chief physician in the Department of Pathology at Turku University Hospital in Finland, and Sarah Gregory discuss the transmission and prevalence of oral HPV infection in children.
View full-text article: Oral Human Papillomavirus Infection in Children during the First 6 Years of Life, Finland
Dr. Amyn Malik, an epidemiologist and postdoctoral associate at Yale University, and Sarah Gregory discuss the use of preventive therapy for at-home exposure to drug-resistant TB.
View full-text article: Effectiveness of Preventive Therapy for Persons Exposed at Home to Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis, Karachi, Pakistan
Dr. Adriana Cabal Rosel, a public health microbiologist at the Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety, and Sarah Gregory discuss the use of a new surveillance system to track increased cases of Bordetella pertussis in Austria.
View full-text article: Isolate-Based Surveillance of Bordetella pertussis, Austria, 2018–2020
Dr. Alan Radford, a professor of veterinary health informatics at the University of Liverpool, and Sarah Gregory discuss an enteric coronavirus in dogs and how it was discovered.
View full-text article: Outbreak of Severe Vomiting in Dogs Associated with a Canine Enteric Coronavirus, United Kingdom
Dr. Caroline Millins, a research fellow at the University of Liverpool, and Sarah Gregory discuss Lyme disease in treeless islands of Scotland.
View full-text article: Emergence of Lyme Disease on Treeless Islands, Scotland, United Kingdom
Dr. Kiersten Kugeler, a CDC epidemiologist, and Sarah Gregory discuss the use of commercial data to estimate trends and frequencies of Lyme disease in the United States.
View full-text article: Estimating the Frequency of Lyme Disease Diagnoses, United States, 2010–2018
Dr. Jennifer Cope, a medical epidemiologist at CDC, and Sarah Gregory discuss trends in recreational water exposure associated with primary amebic meningoencephalitis in the United States.
View full-text article: Geographic Range of Recreational Water–Associated Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis, United States, 1978–2018
Sarah Collier, a CDC epidemiologist, and Sarah Gregory discuss the health burden of waterborne disease in the United States.
View full-text article: Estimate of Burden and Direct Healthcare Cost of Infectious Waterborne Disease in the United States
Dr. Elizabeth Beshearse, a CDC epidemiologist, and Sarah Gregory discuss how sickness is transmitted by food and by water.
View full-text article: Attribution of Illnesses Transmitted by Food and Water to Comprehensive Transmission Pathways Using Structured Expert Judgment, United States