We Were There
We Were There
“We Were There” is a lecture series featuring past and present CDC investigators – the original Disease Detectives – as they share their personal perspectives on historically important, CDC-led epidemiologic and laboratory investigations. This series will provide insight into the rich past of CDC and give the audience a chance to hear first-hand accounts from the responders.
For more as to how the “We Were There” series came to be – visit our About “We Were There” page.
Healthier Together: Highlighting 40 years of US and China Public Health Collaborations
This special presentation will celebrate 40 years of public health collaborations between the U.S. and China and will highlight the success of three key ongoing programs, Influenza, Birth Defects, and the Chinese Field Epidemiology Training Program (CFETP).
March 29, 2023
7:00 AM – 8:30 AM (Atlanta)
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM (Beijing)
Log in early – the live event will start promptlyLive Zoom Webinar
On Tuesday, April 26, 2022, the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID) and Office of Science (OS) hosted a special presentation of “We Were There” in honor of the late Sherif R. Zaki, MD, PhD.
Dr. Zaki was the founder and branch chief of CDC’s Infectious Disease Pathology Branch (IDPB). He joined CDC in 1988 and held several leadership positions in molecular and experimental pathology, lastly as IDPB chief. Dr. Zaki died unexpectedly last November.
Sherif R. Zaki, MD, PhD
CDC encourages participation by employees with disabilities. The meeting will be captioned via Web CART and a transcript will be provided after the meeting. Note: the Web CART interface is different due to a new captioning vendor. Questions about this can be sent to Meeting Accessibility Support.
- April 26, 2022: Honoring Sherif Zaki – the Science and the Man
- March 2, 2020: Little Things Matter: New Diseases Traced to Contaminated Food and Supplements
- September 5, 2019: Ebola in Zaire, 1976: The Past as Prologue
- January 30, 2019: Not Everything Is Better with Butter-flavoring: Popcorn Lung Disease and the Dangers of Diacetyl
- August 15, 2018: Of Mice and Men: Discovering a Deadly Hantavirus in the Americas
- More Past Lectures
Email us at WeWereThere@cdc.gov