In this October 2016 interview, I speak to University of Florida Associate Professor of Veterinary Entomology, Dr. Phil Kaufman about the screwworm and the situation in the Florida Keys that year.

Kaufman talked about the biology of screwworm, the pathology demonstrated on an infected mammal, treatment, the devastating effects on the Key deer and prevention and control methods employed by federal and state agricultural officials.

Screwworm larva/ Agricultural Research Service

Travel Bans and Disease Outbreaks: Are they effective?

Nipah virus with Emily Gurley, PhD

MARBURG Virus detected in fruit bats in Sierra Leone

Dengue in 2019, the vaccines and the quest for a World Dengue Day

One Health with Cheryl Stroud, DVM, PhD

Rabies and Travel Health with Dr. Jonas Nilsen

Naegleria fowleri: 4th Annual Amoeba Summit with Dr Jennifer Cope

Lyme disease: The major players, the disagreements and the IDSA draft guidelines

The HPV Vaccine: Talking to The Vaccine Mom

Japanese encephalitis and the new vaccine recommendations

Chronic Wasting Disease: A Call to Action