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The leader of that team is Allison Willis, an assistant professor of neurology and epidemiology at Penn.
While searching for ways to deal with the crisis, municipal officials learned about wastewater epidemiology and contacted Biobot.
While searching for ways to deal with the crisis, Bajorek and other town officials learned about wastewater-epidemiology and contacted Biobot Analytics.
Greaves reviewed more than 30 years of research, including his own, on the genetics, cell biology, immunology, epidemiology and animal modeling of childhood leukemia and reached this conclusion.
Michael Siegel, a preventive-medicine physician, worked in epidemiology at the C.D.C. before joining Boston University’s School of Public Health.
Deborah Barnes, a professor in the UCSF departments of psychiatry, epidemiology and biostatistics, said there was no difference between combat blast survivors who had served in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the other trauma victims.
Bednarz works to prevent the spread of diseases as an epidemiology disease investigator with the Maricopa County Department of Public Health.
Marion County also already has a high prevalence of asthma, with 1 in 5 children and 1 in 10 adults suffering from the disease, according to Joe Gibson, director of epidemiology at the Marion County Department of Public Health.
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Origin and Etymology of epidemiology
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Definition of epidemiology for English Language Learners
medical : the study of how disease spreads and can be controlled
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