What’s it like to work on a global health outbreak? Find out from a CDC fellow in two upcoming talks

Global outbreaks lecture flyerKimberly Pringle, a fellow from the Epidemiological Intelligence Service of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), will give two lectures about her experiences at the CDC in controlling global infectious outbreaks.

Pringle’s talks will be Thursday, May 28, at noon in Robbins Building, Room E-301, and at 5 p.m. in the Wolstein Research Building auditorium.

Pringle’s lecture at noon will be “Controlling Ebola in Sierra Leone: A physician’s first-hand experience.” The 5 p.m. lecture is titled “The Epidemiologic Intelligence Service’s Work: Global outbreaks and vaccine research.”

The lectures are sponsored by the Global Emergency Medicine Training Fellowship in the Department of Emergency Medicine at University Hospitals Case Medical Center, in partnership with the Margaret Wong Foundation for Global Emergency Medicine Training.