Online ECHO Clinic | October 5, 2020

Presentation Titles: Domestic Animals and COVID-19 | CDC Updates

In this series of presentations, Dr. Thomas Becker, Medical Epidemiologist and ECHO faculty member, provides a summary and article review of domestic animals and COVID-19. Then, Eileen M. Dunne, PhD, Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at the Idaho Division of Public Health, provides a number of valuable COVID-19 related resources produced by the CDC, FDA and recent research.

Video

Presenter Bios

Thomas Becker, MD, PhD, is a medical epidemiologist, and trained in internal medicine, anthropology, and public health; he began his career at the University of New Mexico before moving to the Northwest about 20 years ago. Since his arrival in Portland, Becker has worked with the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board and Oregon Health & Science University. He has published on a diverse range of American Indian health issues, including both infectious and chronic diseases. And with the Indian Health Board, he has been involved in etiologic studies, community prevention programs and education programs to improve career opportunities for people in tribes nationwide.

Eileen M. Dunne, PhD, is an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at the Idaho Division of Public Health, Bureau of Communicable Disease Prevention

Presentation Slides

Domestic Animals and COVID-19

CDC, FDA and Research Updates

Resources Provided

NASEM

HHS

FDA

CDC

Articles