We talked with Michael Wichman, PhD, environmental laboratory director at the State Hygienic Laboratory at the University of Iowa, about what makes environmental labs unique. Learn…
- APHL: US needs an environmental health surveillance system to prevent crises like Flint
- Responding to the Animas River disaster: Who’s testing what?
- The lowdown on lead
By several contributors from Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH), Division of Outbreak Investigation; State of Maryland Rapid Response Team (SMarRRT); Maryland Public…
- Utah raw milk outbreak was difficult – but not impossible – to stop
- Virginia: PFGE and whole genome sequencing show Salmonella outbreak who’s boss
- 20 years of PulseNet: Preventing thousands of illnesses and saving millions of dollars
By Michelle Forman, senior specialist, media, APHL When it comes to newborn screening, the primary goal, simply stated, is to save or improve the lives…
- Have questions about newborn screening and genetics? Now is your chance to ask!
- Newborn screening saved these babies. How are they doing now?
- Remembering Dr. Kenneth Pass, a newborn screening champion
By Paul Zell, specialist, TB Program, APHL For many in the United States, Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB) is not a concern. It is viewed as a disease…
- Zica: vírus antigo, novos desafios
- Zika: un virus antiguo con nuevos desafíos
- Zika: Old virus, new challenges
By Tyler Wolford, senior specialist, Laboratory Response Network, APHL Positioned among administrative offices, high containment laboratories and extensive corridors at the US Centers for Disease…
- Zika: Old virus, new challenges
- September 30, 2014: As Ebola Arrived, the Texas Public Health Lab was Ready
- Building Connections and Recognizing Excellence at the 2015 LRN National Meeting
For decades, APHL has worked in more than 30 nations to train and support lab professionals fighting HIV/AIDS, often under agreements with CDC and the…
- APHL is a proud partner in the Global Health Security Agenda
- APHL joins partners in Sierra Leone to strengthen lab capacity in Ebola’s wake
- APHL Coaching Initiative Spans Continents
As we face day three of the federal government shutdown, we are hearing more about the deeply felt impact on our federal partners. While we…
- One World. One Health… and the Vector at Our Back Door
- Building and Sustaining an Efficient Laboratory through the Laboratory Efficiencies Initiative
- Kansas L-SIP Assessment Experience
By Scott J. Becker, executive director, APHL Today I am representing APHL by joining over 150 major public health organizations, food companies, retailers and many…
- FDA Proposes Oversight of Laboratory Developed Tests: Is This Good for Public Health?
- Food Safety Funding Cuts in Action
- Could funding cuts to food safety programs make you sick?
Today we honored public health leaders from around the world. Congratulations to all award winners! Check out our Storify for more tweets. Top Tweets: https://twitter.com/PublicHealthSam/status/740571935852093442…
- 2016 Annual Meeting — Day 2
- 2016 Annual Meeting — Day 1
- New Lab Matters: Where in the world has your food been?
By Patricia Payne, president, JBM Associates, Inc.; consultant, APHL If you have never been involved with preparing specimens or cultures to transport for diagnosis or…
- Lab sciences grad program brought me from the yogurt factory to public health
- Moving from academia to public health: Did I make the right choice?
- Dear Dr. Hunt: This female scientist has something to say. And it isn’t that she loves you.