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Media Advisory

For Immediate Release: January 10, 2012
Contact: Division of News & Electronic Media, Office of Communication
(404) 639-3286

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Students may apply for   the CDC Junior Disease Detective Camp and Epi Intense, two new summer programs that offer real-world experience in public health careers. The Junior Disease Detective Camp is an educational program designed to fill the gap in informal public health education for upcoming 7th and 8th graders. Epi Intense is a unique opportunity for upcoming high school juniors and seniors to learn about epidemiology.


CDC Junior Disease Detective Camp – June 11-13, 2012
Epi Intense – July 9-11, 2012


David J. Sencer CDC Museum
1600 Clifton Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30333

CDC Junior Disease Detective Camp gives students the opportunity to learn through hands–on activities and interactive presentations. Participants completing the camp will be able to, identify five public health careers, compare and contrast infectious diseases vs. chronic diseases, demonstrate an understanding of basic epidemiologic terms, calculate basic epidemiologic rates given an outbreak scenario and data, understand the role of laboratory work in public health infectious disease surveillance, and identify three current event issues related to public health.

Epi Intense includes seminars and group work activities that enable participants completing the camp  to describe five major epidemiological study designs, including their strengths and weaknesses, create, administer, and analyze an epidemiological survey-based study, use EpiInfo software to input and analyze survey data, and design and propose public health strategies based on epidemiological data.

The 2012applications are now available online. Read the FAQ to find the application.

If you have questions, contact Judy Gantt, at or 404-639-0831.


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