DVBD Stories

These stories illustrate the work CDC is doing to address the threat from vector-borne diseases across the United States and around the globe. CDC experts work with states, territories, tribes, and other partners to detect and respond to outbreaks, train professionals, provide technical assistance, and strengthen health systems to prevent and control vector-borne diseases.

Check out the DVBD Spotlights to read about current projects happening at DVBD.

CDC Features

Outbreak Response

International Work

Laboratory

Partnership in Action

Innovative Technologies

Advanced Molecular Detection in Action

CDC’s Advanced Molecular Detection (AMD) program is transforming disease detection and response. Through technological innovation, CDC continually advances safeguards for America’s health. DVBD uses AMD methods to discover new pathogens, develop new diagnostic methods, identifying emerging threats, and much more.

COVID-19 Responder Stories – DVBD in Action