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Collaborating with CDC

A researcher uses a DNA sequencer to analyze samples

Interested in collaborating with CDC scientists? Visit our Industry section to find out more about how you can collaborate with CDC scientists and help address unmet public health needs.


Success Stories

A colorized scanning electron micrograph(SEM)depicts a number of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria that were in the process of escaping their destruction by human white blood cells (WBCs)

CDC scientists often provide solutions to unmet public health needs, by licensing or commercializing technologies. Here are a few ways CDC technologies have made an impact.


Building Partnerships

Pathologists examine and discuss a specimen using high power microscopes

CDC Scientists interested in developing a collaborative partnership with outside parties can visit our Researchers section to find out how to initiate these opportunities.


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