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Video: Real Live Disease Detective Dr. Fatimah Dawood

Posted on by Curt Shannon

In our third video blog, Dr. Fatimah Dawood describes her work at CDC.  Dr. Dawood is a medical epidemiologist with the Influenza Division at CDC. She came to CDC in 2008 as an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer assigned to CDC’s Influenza Division where she worked on analyses of the burden of influenza among children in the United States, risk indicators for influenza-associated pneumonia in children, and the epidemiology of the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic in the United States and Australia.  Currently, Dr. Dawood works on studies to estimate the burden and impact of seasonal and pandemic influenza internationally. 

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Posted on by Curt Shannon

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