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Video: Real Life Disease Detective Dr. Christopher Braden

Posted on by Curt Shannon

In our next video blog, Dr. Christopher Braden describes his work at CDC.

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Christopher Braden, MD, is a medical epidemiologist and currently serves as the Director, Division of Foodborne, Waterborne and Environmental Diseases at the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention. Previously, Dr. Braden has served as the Associate Director for Science in the Division of Parasitic Diseases, and Chief, Outbreak Response and Surveillance within the Enteric Diseases Epidemiology Branch, Division of Foodborne, Bacterial and Mycotic Diseases. Dr. Braden also served as a medical epidemiologist in the Division of Tuberculosis Elimination.

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    Dear Sir
    Good morning.
    I am Dr Rahul Srivastava working as epidemiologist under IDSP programme in Tonk district Rajasthan.This is very good platform to share experience regarding field epidemiology. best compliment from my side.
    Dr Rahul Srivastava
    IDSP,Tonk Rajasthan

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