(12.) Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists
. Position statements 2004: national epidemiologist
"Not all unpasteurized juice contains salmonella," says Josefa Rangel, a CDC epidemiologist
(scientist who studies the cause and spread of infections).
"There are enough human studies that show increased incidence of bladder cancer," says epidemiologist
Richard Clapp of Boston University's Department of Environmental Health.
"The solid weight of biological research" argues that electric and magnetic fields should not be able to cause cancer, said British epidemiologist
Richard Doll in a New York Times interview.
"I'm concerned that our health department will be extended beyond our epi capacity," says Hawaii State Epidemiologist
Sarah Park whose state faces an ongoing outbreak with one mosquito-borne disease, dengue, and the threat of two others, Zika and chikungunya.
In Georgia, travelers categorized as having "some risk" for exposure (i.e., had contact with Ebola patients while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment) must be observed taking their temperatures each day by an epidemiologist
via video direct active monitoring.
Winer, an epidemiologist
at the University of Washington.
Tauxe is a medical epidemiologist
, chief of the Foodborne and Diarrheal Diseases Branch, National Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC.
"The studies that were done in the early 1980s to see if caffeine caused birth defects in humans weren't powerful enough to detect an effect," notes Michael Bracken, a Yale University epidemiologist
James Enstrom has calculated that if mortality rates from 1940 were applied to 1988,4 million Americans would have died that year.
Steven Whitman, PhD, MPhil, MS, who was dedicated to improving the status of underserved communities and fighting injustice, died July 20.
First, even though all state and local health departments used the same definition of epidemiologist
, jurisdictions supplying counts might have applied the definition differently.