Volume 7-2001 and Volume 5- 1999 are links to podcasts recorded in 2015 about articles that appeared in EID during those years.
Global Health Security
Dr. Jordan Tappero, a CDC senior advisor on global health, discusses the state of global health security.
Everything within a Circle Is One Thing
Byron Breedlove, EID managing editor, discuses and reads his December 2017 cover essay, Everything within a Circle is One Thing.
Visions of Matchstick Men and Icons of Industrialization
Emerging Infectious Diseases managing editor, Byron Breedlove, discusses and reads his November 2017 cover art essay.
Chaos in Form and Color Yields to Harmony
Byron Breedlove, Managing Editor, Emerging Infectious Diseases, reads and discusses his October 2017 cover art essay.
Antimicrobial Drug Resistance and Gonorrhea
Dr. Robert Kirkcaldy, a medical officer at CDC, discusses his article on antimicrobial resistance and gonorrhea.
Forty Years of Salmonella enterica Dublin in People
Dr. Reid Harvey, a CDC epidemiologist, discusses Salmonella enterica Dublin in People.
Analysis of Whole-Genome Data in a Public Health Lab
Dr. Kelly Oakeson, a bioinformatics and genomics research analyst with the Utah Department of Health, discusses bioinformatics and genomics research.
Anthrax, People and Dead Hippos
Epidemiologist, Dr. Melissa Marx, discuses anthrax deaths in people who ate dead hippos.
Rabies Across Borders
Dr. Roman Biek, with the Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine, University of Glasgow, discusses rabies outbreaks in Canada from the U.S.
Emerging Infectious Diseases Cover Art
Byron Breedlove, managing editor of the EID journal, discusses his approach to cover art.
Opiate Injection Site Infections--19 years in the UK
Dan Lewer, a public health registrar in England, discusses an increase in infections related to opiate injections in the U.K.
Unique Measles Virus in Canada
Dr. Shelley Deeks, chief of communicable diseases at Public Health Ontario, discusses a measles outbreak in Canada.
Legionnaires' Disease and Compost
Dr. Brian Raphael, a CDC research microbiologist, discusses Legionella bacteria in compost.
Sympatric Ehrlichiosis and Lyme Disease in New Jersey
Dr. Andrea Egizi, a tick specialist, discusses ehrlichiosis and Lyme disease in New Jersey.
Two Decades of Hantavirus
Dr. de St. Maurice, a CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service officer, discusses hantavirus.
Decades of Hepatitis B Vaccination in China
Dr. Stephen Hadler, deputy director for the Division of Bacterial Diseases at CDC, discusses a hepatitis B vaccination program in China.
Anthrax in Vintage Animal-hair Shaving Brushes
Dr. Kate Hendricks, a CDC anthrax expert, discusses anthrax in vintage shaving brushes.
Hepatitis A Virus in Transplants
Dr. Monique Foster, a CDC epidemiologist, discusses an unusual case of hepatitis A virus in a transplant patient.
Treatment Failure for Malaria in Vietnam
WHO malaria expert, Dr. Charlotte Rasmussen, discusses anti-malarial drug resistance in Vietnam.
Typhus in Texas
Dr. Kristy Murray, an associate professor in pediatrics and assistant dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital, discusses increased cases of typhus in southern Texas.
TB in Captive Elephants
Dr. Barry Kreiswirth, founding director of the Public Health Research Institute, TB Center, at Rutgers University, discusses TB in three captive elephants.
TB in Wild Asian Elephants
Dr. Susan Mikota, co-founder of Elephant Care International, discusses TB in wild Asian elephants.
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