epidemiologist


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a medical scientist who studies the transmission and control of epidemic diseases

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Megan Davies took office in June as the president of the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE).
The state epidemiologist was designated the key informant, and lead epidemiologists added information for program-specific questions.
In Canada, Quebec province has had 759 cases, says Gaston De Serres, a physician and epidemiologist at Laval University in Quebec City.
MRSA is a kind of staph infection that is resistant to a certain class of antibiotics, said Nina Harawa, an epidemiologist with the Sheriff's Department.
Over the past 2 years, concerns about a new influenza pandemic caused by either an epizootic avian strain, such as H5N1, or by some other influenza virus have engaged top virologists, epidemiologists, and policymakers as well as the press and public (1,2).
When it comes to preventing heart disease, "vitamin E has been a real bust," says epidemiologist E.
According to epidemiologists in both Minnesota and North Dakota, there is no evidence that the virus will be a major threat, simply because most rodent populations, which are the primary reservoir hosts of recognized hantaviruses, are not infected (personal communication).
But, like the studies of the cluster that led me to the epidemiologist who wouldn't give me the time of day, these may be inconclusive.
Once the record is created, an epidemiologist conducts a scripted telephone enrollment interview with the traveler to verify and complete information, and explain the system and monitoring requirements.
Writing for a general audience, environmental epidemiologist Morris reviews past and present dangers posed to human health from drinking water.
Epidemiologist Martha Savaria Morris and her colleagues at Tufts University in Boston used data from a national survey that had measured each volunteer's cognitive performance, anemia status, and blood concentrations of folic acid and vitamin [B.
States receiving Emerging Infections Program (EIP) funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention more often reported having a dedicated foodborne disease epidemiologist and the capability to perform analytic studies than non-EIP states.
Christine Schuler, an epidemiologist with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health in West Virginia.
There are enough human studies that show increased incidence of bladder cancer," says epidemiologist Richard Clapp of Boston University's Department of Environmental Health.
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