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If you missed this story in the latest issue of the Epidemiology Monitor that went out on Friday, please take a moment t...
02/24/2018
CDC employee last seen 11 days ago when he left work early

If you missed this story in the latest issue of the Epidemiology Monitor that went out on Friday, please take a moment to read the note below and then share the NBC news post. It has been 12 days since Tim Cunningham disappeared and somebody somewhere saw some or knows something.

From our editor:
"MISSING: Timothy Cunningham, a 35 year old CDC epidemiologist disappeared suddenly after leaving work on February 12 telling his colleagues he was not feeling well. He could not be contacted by his family which was unusual. His car, keys, wallet and dog were found left behind at his home which is not normal behavior for him. Local news reports have additional information and can be viewed here: Fox 5 Atlanta News Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact 911 or call 404-546-4235. A reward fund has been established: Go FundMe Account

Cunningham trained with CDC as an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer and at the Harvard School of Public Health and worked as the Team Lead, Division of Population Health National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion."

Here is his CDC bio page:
https://www.cdc.gov/media/spokesperson/sme-bio/cunningham.html

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/cdc-employee-timothy-cunningham-went-missing-more-week-ago-n850721

Hot off the presses - our 2018 Epidemiology Event Calendar!  Grab a copy for free and make sure you subscribe to our fre...
12/28/2017

Hot off the presses - our 2018 Epidemiology Event Calendar! Grab a copy for free and make sure you subscribe to our free monthly publication so you get all our epi job listings worldwide.

http://www.epimonitor.net/epiWeek/12-28-2017.htm

Our Halloween treat for you - the October issue of The Epidemiology Monitor.  Included in this issue is a survey of the ...
10/31/2016

Our Halloween treat for you - the October issue of The Epidemiology Monitor. Included in this issue is a survey of the 2016 presidential candidates on science related issues, an overview of the IJE one day meeting, a speech by Michael Marmot on social determinants....and tons of new job listings! Make sure you also check our website for job listings too.

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Hot off the presses - the September 2016 issue of The Epidemiology Monitor is available free for you to read.  Make sure...
09/27/2016

Hot off the presses - the September 2016 issue of The Epidemiology Monitor is available free for you to read. Make sure you check out the massive number of newly advertised job openings!

http://www.epimonitor.net/epiWeek/9-27-2016d.htm

The August issue of The Epidemiology Monitor is available to read for free.  Covering the microcepahly mystery, links be...
08/26/2016

The August issue of The Epidemiology Monitor is available to read for free. Covering the microcepahly mystery, links between alcohol and cancer, and a prominent resignation along with a prominent indictment this is an issue you don't want to miss! Oh and we've announced the winners of the Epi Haiku contest...and as always there are lots of jobs for epidemiologists, biostatisticians, and public health professionals.

http://epimonitor.net/epiWeek/8-26-2016.htm

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[Editor’s Note: The vigorous discussion in the media about the role of bacon and processed meats sometimes confuses th...
10/27/2015
A Rough Guide to the IARC's Carcinogen Classifications

[Editor’s Note: The vigorous discussion in the media about the role of bacon and processed meats sometimes confuses the existence of a risk with the magnitude of the risk. This chart helps to understand the classification system and thinking of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). Communication about these risk topics is always a challenge.]



http://www.compoundchem.com/2015/10/26/carcinogens/

Today's big news has been the story that the World Health Organisation (WHO) has classified processed meat (including bacon, ham, and salami) as a Group 1 carcinogen. This places it in the same gro...

The 2015 Epidemiology Calendar has just been published - make sure you check it out !  http://epimonitor.net/epiWeek/12-...
12/31/2014

The 2015 Epidemiology Calendar has just been published - make sure you check it out ! http://epimonitor.net/epiWeek/12-31-2014.htm

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The November 2014 issue of The Epidemiology Monitor has just been published.  It's chock full of great job openings.If y...
11/13/2014

The November 2014 issue of The Epidemiology Monitor has just been published. It's chock full of great job openings.

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Request for proposal - HIV ConsultancyConsultancy ref. 2014/HTM/HIV/007 - Systematic reviews to support the Antiretrovir...
10/20/2014

Request for proposal - HIV Consultancy

Consultancy ref. 2014/HTM/HIV/007 - Systematic reviews to support the Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) Consolidated Guidelines

http://epimonitor.net/2014-1743.htm

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