By: Hannah Wang, 2nd year EMPH Applied Epidemiology student Disclaimer: The content of this blog is a reflection of my personal experiences and opinions and does not represent the official position of Denver Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Department of Health and Human Services, or Emory University. In August of … Continue reading Outbreak response to an unexpected exposure
Greetings Future SORTers! Please find the application and the instructions below. Remember to read the instructions carefully and to submit the application package to SORTApps@gmail.com by September 8th at 5pm. Feel free to contact the SORT Exec board for any questions. Good luck! 2017 SORT Application SORT Application Package Instructions
Interested in joining SORT? We'll be tabling at the Rollins Student Resource Fair on August 21st from 12pm to 3pm. Come by and talk to us! Also, be sure to come to a SORT Information Session on August 29th or August 30th from 12pm to 1pm in CNR 3001. We'll go over the application process … Continue reading 2017-2018 Applications
SORT members and other Rollins students had a great time celebrating National Public Health Week at today's Lunch 'n Learn. A big thanks to Thomas Paige of the DeKalb Emergency Management Agency for speaking with us. The topic of community emergency response couldn't have been more appropriate given today's weather!
As part of their Rollins School of Public Health requirements, many SORT members engage in full-time practicum experiences both domestically and abroad. In our ongoing series, we hope to highlight some of the amazing things our members are doing in the field of outbreak and response. First up, a recap of second-year SORT member Laura's field experience … Continue reading SORT Member Practicum Spotlight: Laura de Mondesert
My name is Kevin Weiss, and I spent my summer as a graduate intern at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – Thailand Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) Collaboration (TUC) office in Bangkok, Thailand. I was working as an intern for the HIV/STI Research Program (HSRP) in the CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS … Continue reading An Unexpected E-MERS-ency