Contact Networks and the Changing Epidemiology of Pertussis

Speaker

Aaron A. King, PhD

Date

January 11, 2011, 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Location

Biological Sciences Learning Center, Room 115
924 E. 57th Street
University of Chicago

Description

THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Department of Ecology and Evolution
Faculty Candidate

Dr. Aaron A. King
University of Michigan
Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and
Mathematics

Contact Networks and the
Changing Epidemiology of
Pertussis

Tuesday
January 11, 2011
4:30 p.m.

BSLC, Room 115
Biological Sciences Learning Center
924 E. 57th Street

Reception afterwards in the Lobby

Persons with a disability, who need assistance,
please call Noami Perez in advance at (773) 702-1988

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