CDC’s Disease Detectives Share Findings from the Forefront of Public Health
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CDC’s Disease Detectives Share Findings from the Forefront of Public Health

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    Press Release -- For Immediate Release: Thursday, April 18, 2024

    The CDC will hold its annual Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Conference from April 23–26, 2024, in Atlanta, GA. The EIS Conference is the nation’s flagship applied epidemiology conference where EIS officers share their work on leading-edge investigations, scientific findings, and forward-thinking strategies to inform improvements in public health. This year’s conference will feature more than a hundred presentations on crucial investigations and innovative analyses conducted by EIS officers, also known as CDC’s disease detectives.

    “For 73 years, EIS officers have deployed at a moment’s notice to investigate emerging health threats, protect people, and save lives,” said Leslie Ann Dauphin, PhD, the Director of CDC’s National Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Public Health Infrastructure and Workforce. “These incredibly dedicated officers are the public health fire fighters of today and the public health leaders of tomorrow.”

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