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Contributors
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Jennie Epstein Anderson, BA

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Coordinator of Health Literacy Studies

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Harvard School of Public Health

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Boston, Massachusetts

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59. Health Literacy

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Thomas J. Armstrong, PhD, MPH

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Professor

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Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering

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Department of Biomedical Engineering

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Department of Environmental Sciences

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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38. Ergonomics and Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders

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Susan Assanasen, MD

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Research Fellow in Hospital Epidemiology

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Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center

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Richmond, Virginia

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Clinical Instructor

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Division of Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine

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Department of Internal Medicine, Siriraj Hospital

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Bangkok, Thailand

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12G. Group A Streptococcal Diseases

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Michael Deryck Attfield, BSc, PhD, FSS

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Surveillance Branch Chief

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Division of Respiratory Disease Studies

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Morgantown, West Virginia

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24. Coal Worker’s Lung Diseases

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Francisco Averhoff, MD, MPH

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Medical Officer

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Epidemiology and Surveillance Division

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National Immunization Program

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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9B. Mumps

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James F. Bale, Jr., MD

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Professor and Associate Chair

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Departments of Pediatrics and Neurology

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University of Utah School of Medicine

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Pediatric Residency Office

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Primary Children’s Medical Center

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Salt Lake City, Utah

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12F. Cytomegalovirus Infections

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Katharine June Bar, MD

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Fellow in Infectious Diseases

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University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Birmingham, Alabama

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13J. Human Enteric Coccidial Infections

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William H. Barker, MD, FRCP Edin

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Professor Emeritus

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Preventive Medicine and Gerontology

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University of Rochester

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Rochester, New York

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71. Prevention of Disability in Older Persons

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Gonzalo M.L. Bearman, MD, MPH

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Assistant Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology and Community Medicine

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Associate Hospital Epidemiologist

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Virginia Commonwealth University

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Richmond, Virginia

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12G. Group A Streptococcal Diseases

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Eula Bingham, PhD

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Professor

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University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

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Cincinnati, Ohio

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46. Occupational Safety and Health Standards

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Linda S. Birnbaum, PhD, DABT

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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

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30. Brominated Flame Retardants

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Kristine M. Bisgard, DVM, MPH

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Medical Epidemiologist

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National Immunization Program

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Goeogia

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9D. Pertussis

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Robert Edward Black, MD, MPH

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Edgar Berman Professor & Chair

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Department of International Health

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Bloomberg School of Public Health

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Johns Hopkins University

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Baltimore, Maryland

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13C. Cholera

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13D. Escherichia coli Diarrhea

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Anne Blaschke, MD, PhD

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Instructor, Department of Pediatrics

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Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases

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University of Utah School of Medicine

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Salt Lake City, Utah

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12F. Cytomegalovirus Infections

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Peter B. Bloland, DVM, MPVM

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Malaria Branch, Division of Parasitic Diseases

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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15F. Malaria

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Anna Bowen, MD, MPH

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Medical Epidemiologist

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Enteric Diseases Epidemiology Branch

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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13B. Shigellosis

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Peter A. Briss, MD, MPH

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Director, Community Guide

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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57. Community Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

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Evelyn J. Bromet, PhD

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Professor of Psychiatry & Preventive Medicine

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Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science

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State University of New York at Stony Brook

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Stony Brook, New York

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69. Psychiatric Disorders

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Ross C. Brownson, PhD

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Professor of Epidemiology

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School of Public Health, Saint Louis University

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St. Louis, Missouri

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Editor of Section V: Noncommunicable and Chronic Disabling Conditions

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Joanna Buffington, MD, MPH

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Medical Epidemiologist

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Division of Viral Hepatitis

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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12B. Viral Hepatitis

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Joanna Burger, PhD

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Distinguish Professor

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Division of Life Sciences

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Rutgers University

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Piscataway, New Jersey

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20B. Neurobehavioral Toxicity

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21. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment

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Denise M. Cardo, MD

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Director

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Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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14. Control of Infections in Institutions: Healthcare-Associated Infections

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Michelle A. Chang, MD

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Medical Epidemiologist

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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9H. Haemophilus Influenzae Infections

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George W. Christopher, MD

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Assistant Professor of Medicine

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Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

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Lackland Air Force Base, Texas

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79A. Disaster Preparedness and Response

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Theodore J. Cieslak, MD

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Chairman, San Antonio Military Pediatric Center

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Biodefense Consultant

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Office of the Army Surgeon General

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Department of Pediatrics, Brooke Army Medical Center

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Fort Sam Houston, Texas

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79A. Disaster Preparedness and Response

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Enrique Cifuentes, MD, PhD

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Professor

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Children’s Hospital, Morelos, (Mexico)

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Sta Maria Ahuacatitlan.

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Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico

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42. Environmental Justice

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Richard W. Clapp, DSc, MPH

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Professor, Boston University

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School of Public Health

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Adjunct Professor, University of Massachusetts

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Boston, Massachusetts

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28. Polychlorinated Biphenyls

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Thomas A. Clark, MD, MPH

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Medical Epidemiologist

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National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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16B4. Brucellosis

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16B5. Leptospirosis

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Stephen L. Cochi, MD, MPH

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Acting Director

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National Immunization Program

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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9J. Poliomyelitis

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Wilson M. Compton, MD, MPE

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Director, Division of Epidemiology, Services and Prevention Research

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National Institute on Drug Abuse

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Bethesda, Maryland

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56. Prevention of Drug Use and Drug Use Disorders

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Brian L. Cook, DO

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Professor and Vice Chair of Psychiatry

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University of Iowa

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Carver College of Medicine

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Iowa City, Iowa

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55. Alcohol-Related Health Problems

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Margaret Mary Cortese, MD

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Medical Epidemiologist

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National Immunization Program

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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9D. Pertussis

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David B. Coultas, MD

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Physician-in-Chief, Professor and Chair

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Department of Medicine

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University of Texas Health Center at Tyler

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Tyler, Texas

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65. Respiratory Disease Prevention

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Andreea A. Creanga, MD

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Postdoctoral Fellow

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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

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Baltimore, Maryland

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79E. Family Planning

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Alan W. Cross, MD

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Clinical Professor, Maternal and Child Health

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Department of Social Medicine

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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79B. Maternal and Child Health

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Mark R. Cullen, MD

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Professor of Medicine and Public Health

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Yale Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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New Haven, Connecticut

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31. Multiple Chemical Sensitivities

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James W. Curran, MD, MPH

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Dean and Professor of Epidemiology

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Rollins School of Public Health of Emory University

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Atlanta, Georgia

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11. The Epidemiology and Prevention of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)

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Omar H. Dabbous, MD, MPH

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Associate Director, Health Economics and Clinical Outcomes Research, Medical Affairs Centocor Incorporated

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Horsham, Pennsylvania

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73. Postmarketing Medication Safety Surveillance

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Roy L. DeHart, MD, MPH, MS

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Professor and Medical Director

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Corporate Health Services

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Vanderbilt University Medical Center

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Nashville, Tennessee

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50. Aerospace Medicine

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Leslie K. Dennis, MS, PhD

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Associate Professor

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Department of Epidemiology

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University of Iowa

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Iowa City, Iowa

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61. Cancer

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James S. Dickson, PhD

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Professor

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Department of Animal Science

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Iowa State University

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Ames, Iowa

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47. Ensuring Food Safety

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Janice S. Dorman, MS, PhD

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Associate Dean for Scientific & International Affairs

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University of Pittsburgh, School of Nursing

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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64. Diabetes

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D. Peter Drotman, MD, MPH

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Editor-in-Chief

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Emerging Infectious Diseases

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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11. The Epidemiology and Prevention of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)

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Maureen S. Durkin, PhD, DrPH

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Associate Professor

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Department of Population Health Sciences

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University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and Waisman Center

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Madison, Wisconsin

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70. Childhood Cognitive Disability

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Michael B. Edmond, MD, MPH, MPA

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Professor of Internal Medicine, Epidemiology and Community Health

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Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

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Richmond, Virginia

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16D. Trichinellosis

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Edward M. Eitzen, Jr., MD, MPH

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Adjunct Associate Professor of Emergency

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Medicine and Pediatrics

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Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

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Bethesda, Maryland

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79A. Disaster Preparedness and Response

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Javier Ena, MD

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Consultant

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Internal Medicine Department

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Hospital Marina Baixa

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Alicante, Spain

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12A. Acute Respiratory Infections

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Laverne K. Eveland, MS, PhD

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Professor

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Biological Sciences

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California State University

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Long Beach, California

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18B. Hookworm Disease

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Mariana Irina Gonzalez Fernandez, BA

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Research Assistant

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Student, Master in Sciences (Environmental Health)

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Sta Maria Ahuacatitlan

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Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico

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42. Environmental Justice

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Nancy L. Fiedler, PhD

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Associate Professor

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University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

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Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

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Piscataway, New Jersey

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20B. Neurobehavioral Toxicity

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Barry S. Fields, PhD

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Respiratory Diseases Branch

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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13F. Legionellosis

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Lawrence J. Fine, MD, DrPH

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National Institutes of Health

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Bethesda, Maryland

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40. Surveillance and Health Screening in Occupational Health

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Brendan Flannery, PhD

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Epidemiologist

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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9H. Haemophilus Influenzae Infections

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Arthur L. Frank, MD, PhD

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Professor and Chair

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Drexel University School of Public Health

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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19. The Status of Environmental Health

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36. Nonionizing Radiation

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Jacob K. Frenkel, MD, PhD

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Adjunct Professor

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University of New Mexico

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Santa Fe, New Mexico

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16C. Toxoplasmosis

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David J. Friedel, MD

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Post-graduate Fellow, Adult and Pediatric Infectious Diseases

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Virginia Commonwealth University Health System

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Richmond, Virginia

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10. Epidemiology and Trends in Sexually Transmitted Diseases

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Irene Hanson Frieze, PhD

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Professor

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Department of Psychology

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University of Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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81. Violence in the Family as a Public Health Concern

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Howard Frumkin, MD, MPH, DrPH

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Director

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National Center for Environmental Health

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Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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42. Environmental Justice

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Kristine M. Gebbie, DrPH, RN

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Elizabeth Standish Gill Professor of Nursing

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Columbia University School of Nursing

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New York, New York

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79D. Public Health Workforce

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Michael Gochfeld, MD, PhD

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Professor of Environmental and Occupational Medicine

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University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

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Robert W. Johnson Medical School

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Piscataway, New Jersey

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20A. Principles of Toxicology

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20B. Neurobehavioral Toxicity

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21. Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment

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Philippe Grandjean, MD, DMSc

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Professor of Environmental Medicine

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University of Southern Denmark, Institute of Public Health

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Odense, Denmark

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Adjunct Professor of Environmental Health

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Harvard School of Public Health

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Boston, Massachusetts

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26. Health Significance of Metal Exposures

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Alan E. Greenberg, MD, MPH

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Professor and Chair

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Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

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George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services

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Washington, District of Columbia

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11. The Epidemiology and Prevention of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)

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Diane K. Gross, DVM, PhD

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Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer

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Meningitis and Special Pathogens Branch

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Division of Bacterial and Mycotic Diseases

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National Center for Infectious Diseases

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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16B4. Brucellosis

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Marta A. Guerra, DVM, MPH, PhD

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Senior Staff Epidemiologist

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Viral and Rickettsial Zoonoses Branch

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Division of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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15C. Rickettsial Infections

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Dalya Guris, MD, MPH

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Team Leader, Herpes Viruses Team

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National Immunization Program

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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9I. Varicella and Herpes Zoster

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Rebecca L. Hegeman, MD

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Associate Professor

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Clinical Internal Medicine

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Department of Internal Medicine

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University of Iowa Health Care

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Iowa City, Iowa

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63. Renal and Urinary Tract Disease

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Erin O. Heiden, MPH

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Doctoral Student

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University of Iowa College of Public Health

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Iowa City, Iowa

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80. Injury Control: The Public Health Approach

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Robert F. Herrick, MS, ScD

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Senior Lecturer

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Harvard School of Public Health

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Boston, Massachusetts

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39. Industrial Hygiene

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Lauri A. Hicks, DO

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Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer, Respiratory Diseases

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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16B1. Bacterial Zoonoses-Psittacosis

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Alan R. Hinman, MD, MPH

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Senior Public Health Scientist

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Task Force for Child Survival and Development

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Decatur, Georgia

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5. Public Health Informatics

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9A. Measles

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Donald R. Hopkins, MD, MPH

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Vice President

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The Carter Center

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Atlanta, Georgia

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13I. Dracunculiasis

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Douglas B. Hornick, MD

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Professor

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University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

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Director of TB Chest Clinic and Clinical Services

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Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Occupational Medicine

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Iowa City, Iowa

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12I. Tuberculosis

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James M. Hughes, MD

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Director, Program in Global Infectious Diseases

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Emory University, School of Medicine

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Atlanta, Georgia

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8B. Emerging Microbial Threats to Health and Security

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Joseph Hughey, PhD

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University of Missouri

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Kansas City, Missouri

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6. Health Disparities and Community-Based Participatory Research

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Corinne G. Husten, MD, MPH

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Director (Acting)

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Office on Smoking and Health

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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54. Tobacco: Health Effects and Control

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Robert S. Janssen, MD

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Director, Divisions of HIV/AIDS Prevention

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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11. The Epidemiology and Prevention of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)

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Jeffrey L. Jones, MD, MPH

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Chief, Diagnostics and Epidemiology

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Parasitic Diseases Branch

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Division of Parasitic Diseases

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National Center for Infectious Diseases

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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16C. Toxoplasmosis

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S. Patrick Kachur, MD, MPH, FACPM

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Chief, Strategic and Applied Sciences Unit, Malaria Branch

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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15F. Malaria

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Mark Katz, MD

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Medical Epidemiologist

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Global Disease Detection Division

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Nairobi, Kenya

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9G. Influenza

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C. William Keck, MD, MPH

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Department of Community Health Sciences

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Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine

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Rootstown, Ohio

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75. Structure and Function of the Public Health System in the U.S.

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Jennifer L. Kelsey, PhD

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Professor

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Department of Medicine

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Department of Family

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Medicine and Community Health

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University of Massachusetts Medical School

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Worcester, Massachusetts

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66. Musculoskeletal Disorders

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W. Monroe Keyserling, PhD

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Professor

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Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering

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University of Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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38. Ergonomics and Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders

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Jay S. Keystone, MD, MSc, FRCPC 

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Professor of Medicine

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Tropical Disease Unit

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University of Toronto

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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8C. Health Advice for International Travel

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Edwin M. Kilbourne, MD

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Director, Scientist Redirection Program

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Director, Iraqi Interim Center for Science & Industry

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Embassy of the United States of America

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Baghdad, Iraq

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34. Temperature and Health

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Kaye H. Kilburn, MD

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Professor Emeritus

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Ralph Edgington Chair in Medicine

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University of Southern California

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Keck School of Medicine

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Los Angeles, California

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23. Asbestos and Other Fibers

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32. Pulmonary Responses to Gases and Particles

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Louis V. Kirchhoff, MD, MPH

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Professor

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Departments of Internal Medicine & Epidemiology

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University of Iowa

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Iowa City, Iowa

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15H. Trypanosomiasis

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Elizabeth A. Kleiner, MD, MS

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Division of Infectious Disease

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Medical College of Virginia

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Virginia Commonwealth University

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15A. Viral Infections

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R. Monina Klevens, DDS, MPH

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Medical Epidemiologist

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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14. Control of Infections in Institutions

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Amy D. Klion, MD

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Staff Clinician

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Laboratory of Parasitic Diseases

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National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease

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National Institutes of Health

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Bethesda, Maryland

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16J. Lymphatic Filariasis

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18D. Schistosomiasis

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Neal D. Kohatsu, MD, MPH

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Chief, Cancer Control Branch

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California Department of Public Health

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Sacramento, California

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Associate Editor

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Editor of Section IV: Behavioral Factors Affecting Health

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Editor of Section VII: Injury and Violence

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Margaret Kosek, MD

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Assistant Scientist

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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

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Baltimore, Maryland

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13C. Cholera

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13D. Escherichia coli Diarrhea

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Katrina Kretsinger, MD, MA

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Medical Epidemiologist

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Meningitis and Vaccine Preventable Diseases Branch

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Division of Bacterial Diseases

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National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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9E. Tetanus

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Richard S. Kurz, PhD

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Professor and Chair

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Department of Health Management and Policy

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St. Louis University, School of Public Health

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St Louis, Missouri

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78D. Quality Assurance and Quality Improvement

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Cynthia D. Lamberth, MPH

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Director, Kentucky Public Health Leadership Institute

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University of Kentucky College of Public Health

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Lexington, Kentucky

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78B. Public Health Leadership Development

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Philip J. Landrigan, MD, MSc

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Professor and Chair

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Department of Community and Preventive Medicine

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Professor of Pediatrics

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Mount Sinai School of Medicine

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New York, New York

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45. Health Hazzards of Child Labor

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John M. Last, MD, DPH, FFPH, FACPM, FRACP, FRCPC, FAFPHM, FACE

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Emeritus Professor of Epidemiology

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Department, Epidemiology & Community Medicine

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University of Ottawa

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Ottawan, Ontario, Canada

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3. Ethics and Public Health Policy

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51. Housing and Health

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52. Human Health in a Changing World

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Suzanne R. Lavoie, MD

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Professor of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine

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Chair, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases

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Virginia Commonwealth University Health System

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Richmond, Virginia

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10. Epidemiology and Trends in Sexually Transmitted Diseases

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James W. LeDuc, PhD

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Director, Division of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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15B. Epidemiology of Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers

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Stephen M. Levin, MD

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Associate Professor

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Department of Community and Preventive Medicine

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Mount Sinai School of Medicine

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New York, New York

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25. Silicosis

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27. Diseases Associated with Exposure to Chemical Substances

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Jill L. Liesveld, MD

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Clinical Associate Professor

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University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

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University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics

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Iowa City, Iowa

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55. Alcohol-Related Health Problems

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Scott R. Lillibridge, MD

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Professor of Epidemiology

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Director, Center for Public Health Preparedness and Biosecurity

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University of Texas School of Public Health

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Houston, Texas

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79A. Disaster Preparedness and Response

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Ruth Lilis, MD

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Professor Emeritus

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Division of Environmental and Occupational Medicine

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Department of Community Medicine

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Mount Sinai School of Medicine

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New York, New York

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25. Silicosis

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27. Diseases Associated with Exposure to Chemical Substances

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Ettie M. Lipner, MPH

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Epidemiology Fellow, Office of Global Research

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National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases

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National Institutes of Health

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Bethesda, Maryland

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18D. Schistosomiasis

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Fred Lorey, PhD

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Chief, Program Evaluation Section

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Genetic Disease Branch

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California Department of Health Services Richmond, California

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7. Genetic Determinants of Disease and Genetics in Public Health

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John Bruce Lowe, DrPH

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Professor

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Department of Community and Behavioral Health

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College of Public Health

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University of Iowa

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Iowa City, Iowa

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6. Health Disparities and Community-Based Participatory Research

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Russell V. Luepker, MD, MS

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Mayo Professor

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University of Minnesota

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Division of Epidemiology

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Minneapolis, Minnesota

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62. Heart Disease

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Charles F. Lynch, MD, MS, PhD

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Professor

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Department of Epidemiology

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University of Iowa

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Iowa City, Iowa

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61. Cancer

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Alexandre Macedo de Oliveira, MD, MSc

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Senior Service Fellow

++

Malaria Branch, Division of Parasitic Diseases

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

15F. Malaria

++

 

++

Carmen Gomez Mandic, MPH

++

Doctoral Candidate

++

Harvard School of Public Health

++

Department of Society, Human Development and Health

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

59. Health Literacy

++

 

++

Lewis H. Margolis, MD, MPH

++

Associate Professor

++

Department of Maternal and Child Health

++

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

++

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

++

79B. Maternal and Child Health

++

 

++

Mona Marin, MD

++

Medical Epidemiologist

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

9I. Varicella and Herpes Zoster

++

 

++

Douglas L. Marshall, PhD

++

Associate Dean

++

College of Natural and Health Sciences

++

University of Northern Colorado

++

Greeley, Colorado

++

47. Ensuring Food Safety

++

 

++

Eric E. Mast, MD, MPH

++

Chief, Prevention Branch

++

Division of Viral Hepatitis

++

National Center for Infectious Diseases

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

12B. Viral Hepatitis

++

 

++

Yoshito Masuda, PhD

++

Emeritus Professor

++

Division of Health Chemistry

++

Department of Pharmacy

++

Daiichi College of Pharmaceutical Sciences

++

Fukuoka, Japan

++

29. Polychlorinated Dioxins and Polychlorinated Dibenzofurans

++

 

++

Glen P. Mays, MPH, PhD

++

Associate Professor and Vice Chairman

++

Department of Health Policy and Management

++

Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health

++

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

++

Little Rock, Arkansas

++

74. The American Health Care System

++

 

++

Michael D. McClean, ScD

++

Assistant Professor

++

Department of Environmental Health

++

Boston University School of Public Health

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

22. Biomarkers

++

 

++

Paul S. Mead, MD, MPH

++

Medical Epidemiologist

++

Bacterial Zoonoses Branch

++

Division of Vector-borne Infectious Diseases

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Fort Collins, Colorado

++

16B2. Tularemia

++

 

++

Jeffrey L. Meier, MD

++

Associate Professor of Medicine

++

University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

++

Iowa City, Iowa

++

12C. Aseptic Meningitis

++

12D. Epstein-Barr Virus and Infectious Mononucleosis

++

 

++

Patricia L. Meinhardt, MD, MPH, MA

++

Adjunct Associate Professor

++

Department of Environmental & Occupational Health

++

Drexel University School of Public Health

++

Drexel University

++

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

++

Executive Medical Director

++

Center for Occupational & Environmental Medicine

++

Arnot Ogden Medical Center

++

Elmira, New York

++

48. Water Quality Management and Waterborne Disease Trends

++

 

++

Karen Messing, PhD

++

Professor

++

Department of Biological Sciences

++

Université du Québec à Montréal

++

Montréal, Québec

++

Canada

++

44. Women Workers

++

 

++

Larissa Minicucci, DVM, MPH

++

Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer

++

Bacterial Zoonoses Branch

++

Division of Vector-borne Infectious Diseases

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Fort Collins, Colorado

++

15G. Lyme Disease

++

 

++

Eric Daniel Mintz, MD, MPH

++

Chief, Diarrheal Diseases Epidemiology Section

++

Foodborne and Diarrheal Diseases Branch

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

13A. Typhoid Fever

++

13B. Shigellosis

++

 

++

Aage R. M⊘ller, PhD

++

Professor

++

University of Texas at Dallas

++

School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

++

Richardson, Texas

++

37. Effects of the Physical Environment

++

 

++

Celeste Monforton, MPH

++

George Washington University School of Public Health & Health Services

++

Department of Environmental & Occupational Health

++

Washington, District of Columbia

++

46. Occupational Safety and Health Standards

++

 

++

Matthew R. Moore, MD, MPH

++

Medical Epidemiologist

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

13F. Legionellosis

++

 

++

John S. Moran, MD, MPH

++

Captain, United States Public Health Service

++

Acting Chief, Bacterial Vaccine-Preventable Diseases Branch

++

Epidemiology and Surveillance Division

++

National Immunization Program

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

9E. Tetanus

++

 

++

Pedro L. Moro, MD, MPH

++

Immunization Safety Office

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

16F2. Hydatid Disease (Echinococcosis)

++

 

++

Marion Moses, MD

++

Director

++

Pesticide Education Center

++

San Francisco, California

++

33. Pesticides

++

 

++

Robert L. Mott, Jr., LTC, USA, MD, MPH

++

Director, Division of Preventive Medicine

++

Walter Reed Army Institute of Research

++

Silver Spring, Maryland

++

79C. Preventive Medicine Support of Military Operations

++

 

++

Nancy R. Mudrick, PhD

++

Professor

++

School of Social Work

++

Syracuse University

++

Syracuse, New York

++

41. Workers with Disabilities

++

 

++

Debra J. Nanan, MPH

++

Consultant and Program Coordinator

++

Pacific Health & Development Sciences Inc.

++

Victoria, British Columbia

++

Canada

++

76. International and Global Health

++

 

++

Kenrad E. Nelson, MD

++

Professor of Epidemiology, Medicine & International Health

++

Johns Hopkins University

++

Baltimore, Maryland

++

12J. Leprosy

++

16E. Clonorchiasis and Opisthorchiasis

++

16F2. Taeniasis and Cysticercosis

++

 

++

Marion Nestle, PhD, MPH

++

Paulette Goddard Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health

++

New York University

++

New York, New York

++

72. Nutrition in Public Health and Preventive Medicine

++

 

++

Dawn M. Oh, MS Biostatistics

++

Private Biostatistics Consultant

++

Phoenix, Arizona

++

68. Disabling Visual Disorders

++

 

++

Kean T. Oh, MD

++

Physician-Partner

++

Retinal Consultants of Arizona

++

Phoenix, Arizona

++

68. Disabling Visual Disorders

++

 

++

Sarah C. Oppenheimer, ScM

++

Housing Services Program Manager

++

Cambridge Cares About AIDS

++

Cambridge, Massachusetts

++

59. Health Literacy

++

 

++

Trevor J. Orchard, MD, MMedSci

++

Professor of Epidemiology, Pediatrics and Medicine

++

University of Pittsburgh

++

Diabetes and Lipid Research

++

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

++

64. Diabetes

++

 

++

Walter A. Orenstein, MD

++

Professor, Medicine & Pediatrics

++

Emory University

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

9A. Measles

++

 

++

Stephen M. Ostroff, MD

++

Health & Human Services Rep to the Pacific Islands

++

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

++

Honolulu, Hawaii

++

8B. Emerging Microbial Threats to Health and Security

++

 

++

John Adam Painter, DVM, MS

++

Foodborne and Diarrheal Diseases Branch

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

16B6. Non-Typhoidal Salmonellosis

++

 

++

Mark J. Papania, MD, MPH

++

Medical Epidemiologist

++

Immunization Safety Office

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

9A. Measles

++

 

++

K. Michael Peddecord, MS, DrPH

++

Professor Emeritus of Public Health

++

Graduate School of Public Health

++

San Diego State University

++

San Diego, California

++

78A. Planning for Health Improvement

++

 

++

Corinne Peek-Asa, MPH, PhD

++

Professor

++

Injury Prevention Research Center

++

University of Iowa

++

Iowa City, Iowa

++

80. Injury control

++

 

++

Michael Perch, MD

++

Foodborne and Diarrheal Diseases Branch

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

16B6. Non-Typhoidal Salmonellosis

++

 

++

Herbert B. Peterson, MD

++

Professor and Chair

++

Department of Maternal & Child Health

++

Professor

++

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

++

University of North Carolina School of Public Health

++

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

++

79E. Family Planning

++

 

++

Jana J. Peterson, MPH

++

Doctoral Candidate and Pfizer Fellow

++

Iowa City, Iowa

++

6. Health Disparities and Community-Based Participatory Research

++

 

++

N. Andrew Peterson, PhD

++

Associate Professor

++

School of Social Work

++

Rutgers University

++

New Brunswick, New Jersey

++

6. Health Disparities and Community-Based Participatory Research

++

 

++

Michael A. Pfaller, MD

++

Professor Emeritus

++

Department of Pathology

++

College of Medicine

++

Department of Epidemiology

++

College of Public Health

++

University of Iowa

++

Iowa City, Iowa

++

17. Opportunistic Fungal Infections

++

 

++

Susan H. Pollack, MD

++

Department of Pediatrics, College of Medicine

++

Injury Prevention and Research Center

++

Department of Preventive Medicine & Environmental Health, College of Public Health

++

University of Kentucky

++

Lexington, Kentucky

++

45. Health Hazzards of Child Labor

++

 

++

Shannon D. Putnam, PhD

++

Adjunct Faculty

++

University of Iowa

++

Head, Bacterial Diseases Program

++

Naval Medical Research Unit No. 2

++

U.S. Embassy–Jakarta, Indonesia

++

18C. Other Intestinal Nematodes

++

 

++

M. Patricia Quinlisk, MD, MPH

++

Medical Director/State Epidemiologist

++

Iowa Department of Public Health

++

Des Moines, Iowa

++

13E. Yersiniosis

++

 

++

Pavani Kalluri Ram, MD

++

Medical Epidemiologist

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Department of Social and Preventive Medicine

++

State University of New York at Buffalo

++

School of Public Health and Health Professions

++

Buffalo, New York

++

13A. Typhoid Fever

++

 

++

Mirza I. Rahman, MD, MPH, FAAFP, FACPM

++

Senior Director

++

Health Economics and Clinical Outcomes Research

++

Medical Affairs Centocor Incorporated

++

Adjunct Professor

++

Temple University School of Pharmacy

++

Attending Physician

++

Bryn Mawr Family Practice Residency Program

++

Horsham, Pennsylvania

++

73. Postmarketing Medication Safety Surveillance

++

 

++

Katharine C. Rathbun, MD, MPH

++

Preventive Medicine/Family Practice

++

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

++

77. Public Health Law

++

 

++

Christie M. Reed, MD, MPH, FAAP

++

Travelers’ Health Team Lead

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

8C. Health Advice for International Travel

++

 

++

Susan E. Reef, MD

++

Medical Epidemiologist

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

9C. Rubella

++

 

++

Arthur L. Reingold, MD

++

Professor and Head, Division of Epidemiology

++

University of California, Berkeley

++

School of Public Health

++

Berkeley, California

++

18E. Toxic Shock Syndrome (Staphylococcal)

++

 

++

Kim D. Reynolds, PhD

++

Associate Professor

++

Department of Preventive Medicine

++

University of Southern California

++

Alhambra, California

++

53. Health Behavior Research and Intervention

++

 

++

Edward P. Richards, JD, MPH

++

Harvey A. Peltier Professor of Law

++

Director

++

Center for Law, Science, and Public Health

++

Louisiana State University Law Center

++

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

++

77. Public Health Law

++

 

++

Elizabeth B. Robertson, PhD

++

Chief, Prevention Research Branch

++

National Institute on Drug Abuse

++

National Institutes of Health

++

Bethesda, Maryland

++

56. Prevention of Drug Use and Drug Use Disorders

++

 

++

David P. Ropeik, BSJ, MSJ

++

Consultant in Risk Perception and risk Communication

++

Instructor in Harvard Extension School Program on Environmental Management

++

Concord, Massachusetts

++

58. Risk Communication—An Overlooked Tool for Improving Public Health

++

 

++

Martha H. Roper, MD, MPH

++

Medical Epidemiologist

++

Bacterial Vaccine Preventable Diseases Branch

++

Epidemiology and Surveillance Division

++

National Immunization Program

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Weybridge, Vermont

++

9E. Tetanus

++

 

++

Lindsay Rosenfeld, MS

++

Doctoral Student

++

Harvard School of Public Health

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

59. Health Literacy

++

 

++

Nancy E. Rosenstein, MD

++

Chief, Meningitis and Special Pathogens Branch

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

9H. Haemophilus Influenzae Infections

++

12H. Meningococcal Disease

++

16B3. Anthrax

++

 

++

David A. Ross, ScD

++

Director

++

Public Health Informatics Institute

++

The Task Force for Child Survival and Development

++

Decatur, Georgia

++

5. Public Health Informatics

++

 

++

Rima E. Rudd, MSPH, ScD

++

Senior Lecturer on Society, Human Development & Health

++

Harvard School of Public Health

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

59. Health Literacy

++

 

++

Thomas G. Rundall, PhD

++

Henry J. Kaiser Professor of Organized Health Systems

++

University of California, Berkeley

++

School of Public Health

++

Berkeley, California

++

78E. Public Health Management Tools Evaluation

++

 

++

Charles E. Rupprecht, VMD, MS, PhD

++

Chief, Rabies Program

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

16A. Rabies

++

 

++

Jonathan M. Samet, MD, MS

++

Professor and Chairman

++

Department of Epidemiology

++

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

++

Baltimore, Maryland

++

65. Respiratory Disease Prevention

++

 

++

John W. Sanders, MD

++

Head, Department of Infectious Disease

++

National Naval Medical Center

++

Bethesda, Maryland

++

18C. Other Intestinal Nematodes

++

 

++

Peter M. Schantz, VMD, PhD

++

Epidemiologist

++

National Center for Infectious Diseases

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

16F2. Hydatid Disease (Echinococcosis)

++

 

++

Arnold J. Schecter, MD, MPH

++

Professor

++

Division of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences

++

University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

++

Dallas, Texas

++

Editor of Section III: Environmental Health

++

 

++

Marc B. Schenker, MD, MPH

++

Professor, University of California Davis Public Health Sciences

++

Davis, California

++

29. Polychlorinated Dioxins and Polychlorinated Dibenzofurans

++

43. The Health of Hired Farmworkers

++

 

++

Helen H. Schauffler PhD, ScM

++

Professor of Health Policy

++

Center for Health and Public Policy Studies

++

School of Public Health

++

University of California, Berkeley

++

Berkeley, California

++

78C. Policy Development

++

 

++

John E. Schneider, PhD

++

Assistant Professor

++

Department of Health Management and Policy

++

University of Iowa, College of Public Health

++

Iowa City, Iowa

++

6. Health Disparities and Community-Based Participatory Research

++

 

++

Jeremiah A. Schumm, PhD

++

Instructor of Psychology in Psychiatry

++

Harvard Medical School at the VA Boston

++

Healthcare System

++

Brockton, Massachusetts

++

81. Violence in the Family as a Public Health Concern

++

 

++

Nicole Schupf, PhD, MPH, DrPh

++

Associate Professor of Clinical Epidemiology

++

Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer’s Disease and the Aging Brain

++

Columbia University Medical Center

++

G.H. Sergievsky Center

++

New York, New York

++

70. Childhood Cognitive Disability

++

 

++

F. Douglas Scutchfield, MD

++

Peter B. Bosomworth Professor of Health Services Research & Policy

++

University of Kentucky

++

College of Public Health

++

Lexington, Kentucky

++

Editor of Section VI: Health-Care Planning, Organizations, and Evaluation

++

74. The American Health-Care System: Structure and Function

++

75. Structure and Function of the Public Health System in the U.S.

++

 

++

Jane F. Seward, MBBS, MPH

++

Chief, Viral Vaccine Preventable Disease Branch

++

National Immunization Program

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

9I. Varicella and Herpes Zoster

++

 

++

Sean V. Shadomy, DVM, MPH

++

Medical Epidemiologist

++

National Center for Zoonotic, Vector-Borne, and Enteric Diseases

++

Division of Foodborne, Bacterial, and Mycotic Diseases

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

16B3. Anthrax

++

 

++

Trueman W. Sharp, MD, MPH

++

Commanding Officer

++

U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit

++

Cairo, Egypt

++

79A. Disater Preparedness and Response

++

 

++

Louis E. Slesin, PhD

++

Editor, Microwave News

++

New York, New York

++

36. Nonionizing Radiation

++

 

++

Elaine M. Smith, MBA, PhD, MPH

++

Professor

++

Department of Epidemiology

++

University of Iowa

++

Iowa City, Iowa

++

61. Cancer

++

 

++

Montse Soriano-Gabarro, MD, MSc

++

Medical Epidemiologist

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Rixensart, Belgium

++

12H. Meningococcal Disease

++

 

++

Colin L. Soskolne, PhD

++

Professor

++

Department of Public Health Sciences

++

School of Public Health

++

University of Alberta

++

Edmonton, Alberta

++

Canada

++

3. Ethics and Public Health Policy

++

52. Human Health in a Changing World

++

 

++

MaryFran Sowers, PhD

++

Professor

++

Department of Epidemiology

++

School of Public Health

++

University of Michigan

++

Ann Arbor, Michigan

++

66. Musculoskeletal Disorders

++

 

++

Donna Spruijt-Metz, MFA, PhD

++

Assistant Professor

++

University of Southern California

++

Institute for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

++

Alhambra, California

++

53. Health Behavior Research and Intervention

++

 

++

J. Erin Staples, MD, PhD

++

Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer

++

Bacterial Zoonoses Branch

++

DVBID, NCID

++

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Fort Collins, Colorado

++

Pediatric Infectious Diseases

++

Children’s Health Center

++

Duke University Medical Center

++

Durham, North Carolina

++

15E. Plague

++

 

++

Daniele F. Staskal, PhD

++

University of North Carolina Curriculum in Toxicology

++

ChemRisk

++

Austin, Texas

++

30. Brominated Flame Retardants

++

 

++

William Stauffer MD, MSPH, DTM&H

++

Assistant Professor

++

University of Minnesota, Department of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases

++

School of Public Health, Epidemiology and Community Health

++

Minneapolis, Minnesota

++

13G. Amebiasis and Amebic Meningoenchephalitis

++

 

++

Stefanie Steele, RN, MPH

++

Health Educator

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

8C. Health Advice for International Travel

++

 

++

Zena Stein, MA, MB, BCh

++

Professor of Epidemiology and Psychiatry Emerita

++

Columbia University and New York State

++

Psychiatric Institute

++

G.H. Sergievsky Center

++

New York, New York

++

70. Childhood Cognitive Disability

++

 

++

Michael P. Stevens, MD

++

Resident in Internal Medicine

++

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

++

West Hospital

++

Richmond, Virginia

++

16D. Trichinellosis

++

 

++

Peter M. Strebel, MBChB, MPH

++

Medical Officer

++

Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals

++

Expanded Programme on Immunization

++

World Health Organization

++

Geneva, Switzerland

++

9A. Measles

++

 

++

William A. Suk, PhD, MPH

++

Director, Center for Risk & Integrated Sciences

++

Director, Superfund Basic Research Program

++

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

++

Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

++

49. Hazardous Waste

++

 

++

Mervyn W. Susser, MB, BCh, FRCP

++

Sergievsky Professor of Epidemiology Emeritus

++

Columbia University

++

G.H. Sergievsky Center

++

New York, New York

++

70. Childhood Cognitive Disability

++

 

++

Roland W. Sutter, MD, MPH&TM

++

Coordinator, Research and Product Development

++

Polio Eradication Initiative

++

World Health Organization

++

Geneva, Switzerland

++

9J. Poliomyelitis

++

 

++

David L. Swerdlow, MD

++

Team Leader, Epidemiology Team

++

Viral and Rickettsial Zoonoses Branch

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

15C. Rickettsial Infections

++

15D. Q Fever

++

 

++

Herbert A. Thompson, PhD, MA, BA

++

Branch Chief

++

Viral and Rickettsial Zoonoses Branch

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

15D. Q Fever

++

 

++

Stacy L. Thorne, MPH, CHES

++

Public Health Analyst

++

Office on Smoking and Health

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

54. Tobacco: Health Effects and Control

++

 

++

Andria D. Timmer, MA, MPH candidate

++

University of Iowa

++

Iowa City, Iowa

++

6. Health Disparities and Community-Based Participatory Research

++

 

++

Tejpratap S.P. Tiwari, MD

++

Medical Epidemiologist

++

National Immunization Program

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

9F. Diphtheria

++

 

++

Maria Lucia C. Tondella, PhD

++

Research Microbiologist

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

16B1. Bacterial Zoonoses-Psittacosis

++

 

++

James C. Torner, MS, PhD

++

Professor and Head

++

Department of Epidemiology

++

University of Iowa College of Public Health

++

Iowa City, Iowa

++

67. Neurological Disorders

++

 

++

Amy O. Tsui, MA, PhD

++

Professor, Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health

++

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

++

Baltimore, Maryland

++

79E. Family Planning

++

 

++

Margaret A. Turk, MD

++

Professor, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

++

SUNY Upstate Medical University

++

Syracuse, New York

++

41. Workers with Disabilities

++

 

++

Jennifer B. Unger, PhD

++

Associate Professor

++

University of SC Keck School of Medicine

++

Alhambra, California

++

53. Health Behavior Research and Intervention

++

 

++

Arthur C. Upton, MD

++

Clinical Professor of Environmental & Community Medicine

++

IRM-CRESP

++

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

++

Piscataway, New Jersey

++

35. Ionizing Radiation

++

 

++

Victoria Valls, MD

++

Associate Professor

++

Department of Public Health

++

Universidad “Miguel Hernandez”

++

Elche, Spain

++

12K. Acute Gastrointestinal Infections

++

 

++

Marta J. VanBeek, MD, MPH

++

Assistant Professor of Dermatology

++

University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

++

Iowa City, Iowa

++

18A. Dermatophytes

++

 

++

Don Villarejo, PhD, MS, BS

++

Davis, California

++

43. The Health of Hired Farmworkers

++

 

++

Andrew C. Voetsch, PhD

++

Epidemiologist

++

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

++

Atlanta, Georgia

++

16B6. Non-Typhoidal Samonellosis

++

 

++

Gregory R. Wagner, MD

++

Senior Advisor

++

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

++

Adjunct Professor, Department of Environmental Health

++

Harvard School of Public Health

++

Boston, Massachusetts

++

24. Coal Workers’ Lung Diseases

++

40. Surveillance and Health Screening in Occupational Health

++

 

++

Mark R. Wallace, MD

++

Head, ID Fellowship Program

++

Orlando Regional Healthcare

++

Orlando, Florida

++

18C. Other Intestinal Nematodes

++

 

++

Robert B. Wallace, MD, MSc

++

Professor of Epidemiology and Internal Medicine

++

University of Iowa College of Public Health

++

Iowa City, Iowa

++

Editor of Section I: Public Health Principles and Methods

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1. Public Health and Preventive Medicine

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2. Epidemiology and Public Health

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4. Public Health and Population

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9K. Pneumococcal Infections

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18F. Reye’s Syndrome

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60. Screening for Early and Asymptomic Conditions

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67. Neurological Disorders

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Robert J. Weber, MD

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Professor and Chairman

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Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

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SUNY Upstate Medical University

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Syracuse, New York

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41. Workers with Disabilities

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Thomas F. Webster, DSc

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Associate Professor

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Department of Environmental Health (T2E)

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Boston University School of Public Health

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Boston, Massachusetts

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22. Biomarkers

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Richard P. Wenzel, MD, MSc

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Professor and Chairman

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Department of Internal Medicine

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Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

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Richmond, Virginia

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8A. Overview of Communicable Diseases

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15A. Viral Infections

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Melinda E. Wharton, MD, MPH

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Acting Deputy Director

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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National Immunization Program

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Office of the Director

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Atlanta, Georgia

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9B. Mumps

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Franklin White, MD, CM, MSc, FRCPC, FFPH

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Consultant & President

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Pacific Health & Development Sciences Inc.

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Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

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Adjunct Professor, Community Health & Epidemiology

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Dalhousie University

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Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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76. International and Global Health

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Richard J. Whitley, MD

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Professor of Pediatrics

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Microbiology, Medicine, and Neurosurgery

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University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Birmingham, Alabama

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12E. Herpes Simplex Virus

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Stacey L. Williams, PhD

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Assistant Professor

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Department of Psychology

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East Tennessee State University

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Johnson City, Tennessee

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81. Violence in the Family as a Public Health Concern

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Mary E. Wilson, MD

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Professor

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Departments of Internal Medicine, Microbiology and Epidemiology

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University of Iowa and Veteran’s Administration

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Medical Center

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Iowa City, Iowa

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13H. Gardiasis

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15I. Leishmaniasis

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Kathleen S. Wright, EdD, MPH

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Associate Professor

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School of Public Health

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Saint Louis University

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St. Louis, Misouri

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78B. Public Health Leadership Development

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Stephanie Zaza, MD, MPH

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Captain, US Public Health Service

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Strategy and Innovation Officer, Coordinating

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Office for Terrorism Preparedness and Emergency Response

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Atlanta, Georgia

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Editor of Section II: Communicable Diseases

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57. Community Health Promotion and disease Prevention

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Janice C. Zgibor, RPh, PhD

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Assistant Professor

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University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public Health

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Department of Epidemiology

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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64. Diabetes

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