Infectious disease/controlCommunicable diseases (food-borne diseases, influenza pandemics)Risk assessment and communicationTim Sly Professor of EpidemiologySchool of Occupational and Public Health available Thursday, July 21 to Tuesday, Aug. 9 inclusive

Water- and food-borne parasites especially Cryptosporidium and CyclosporaCorrine OngProfessorSchool of Occupational and Public Health

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