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. Felicia Keesing, a David & Rosalie Rose Distinguished Professor of the Sciences, Mathematics, and Computing at Bard College in New York, and Sarah Gregory discuss the effects of tick control interventions in New York.
View full-text article: Effects of Tick-Control Interventions on Tick Abundance, Human Encounters with Ticks, and Incidence of Tickborne Diseases in Residential Neighborhoods, New York, USA
Dr. Alison Peel, a senior research fellow at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia, and Sarah Gregory discuss a novel Hendra virus variant in Australia.
View full-text article: Novel Hendra Virus Variant Circulating in Black Flying Foxes and Grey-Headed Flying Foxes, Australia
Dr. Aaron Miller, a research assistant professor at the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine, and Sarah Gregory discuss transmission of C. difficile to family members from recently hospitalized patients.
View full-text article: Risk for Asymptomatic Household Transmission of Clostridioides difficile Infection Associated with Recently Hospitalized Family Members
Dr. Gonzalo Vazquez-Prokopec, an associate professor of environmental sciences at Emory University in Atlanta, and Sarah Gregory discuss the presence of Heartland virus in lone star ticks in Georgia.
View full-text article: Isolation of Heartland Virus from Lone Star Ticks, Georgia, USA, 2019
Dr. Kathryn Winglee, a statistician at CDC in Atlanta, and Sarah Gregory discuss a decrease in TB cases during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
View full-text article: Decrease in Tuberculosis Cases during COVID-19 Pandemic as Reflected by Outpatient Pharmacy Data, United States, 2020
Dr. Meghan Hermance, an assistant professor of microbiology and immunology at the University of South Alabama, and Sarah Gregory discuss infection and transmission of Heartland virus in ticks in a lab.
View full-text article: Transovarial Transmission of Heartland Virus by Invasive Asian Longhorned Ticks under Laboratory Conditions
Dr. Amera Khan, a technical officer at the Stop TB Partnership in Geneva, Switzerland, and Sarah Gregory discuss treatment of latent TB among US-bound immigrants in Vietnam.
View full-text article: Overseas Treatment of Latent Tuberculosis Infection in US–Bound Immigrants
Dr. Edward Annand, an equine veterinarian epidemiologist and a research associate at the University of Sydney School of Veterinary Science in Australia, and Sarah Gregory discuss the detection of a novel Hendra virus variant from a horse in Australia.
View full-text article: Novel Hendra Virus Variant Detected by Sentinel Surveillance of Horses in Australia
Dr. Christopher Harrison, a pediatric infectious disease specialist and professor of pediatrics at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, and Sarah Gregory discuss neutralizing enterovirus D68 antibodies in children after a 2014 outbreak.
View full-text article: Neutralizing Enterovirus D68 Antibodies in Children after 2014 Outbreak, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Albert Barskey, an epidemiologist at CDC in Atlanta, and Sarah Gregory discuss the increase of Legionnaires' disease within the United States.
View full-text article: Rising Incidence of Legionnaires’ Disease and Associated Epidemiologic Patterns, United States, 1992–2018
Dr. Guy Boivin, an infectious disease specialist and the head of the virology laboratory at the Research Center in Infectious Diseases at Laval University in Quebec, Canada, and Sarah Gregory discuss viral interference between respiratory viruses.
View full-text article: Viral Interference between Respiratory Viruses
Dr. Raymond Soto, an EIS officer at CDC in Fort Collins, Colorado, and Sarah Gregory discuss transmission of West Nile virus through solid organ transplantation.
View full-text article: West Nile Virus Transmission by Solid Organ Transplantation and Considerations for Organ Donor Screening Practices, United States
Dr. Katherine Dickinson, an assistant professor of environmental and occupational health in the Colorado School of Public Health, and Sarah Gregory discuss public willingness to pay for mosquito control in Texas.
View full-text article: Public Acceptance of and Willingness to Pay for Mosquito Control, Texas, USA
Dr. Cal Ham, a medical officer at CDC in Atlanta, and Sarah Gregory discuss extensively drug-resistant infections linked to medical tourism from the United States to Mexico.
View full-text article: Extensively Drug-Resistant Carbapenemase-Producing Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Medical Tourism from the United States to Mexico, 2018–2019
Dr. Farrell Tobolowsky, a CDC FLIGHT fellow in Atlanta, and Sarah Gregory discuss Salmonella serotypes associated with illness after the Thanksgiving holiday.
View full-text article: Salmonella Serotypes Associated with Illnesses after Thanksgiving Holiday, United States, 1998–2018
Dr. Karen Wu, an EIS officer at CDC in Atlanta, and Sarah Gregory discuss the detection of an antifungal-resistant Trichophyton strain in France.
View full-text article: Extensive Dermatophytosis Caused by Terbinafine-Resistant Trichophyton indotineae, France