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: