Infectious Disease Epidemiology Program
(800) 256-2748  (24 hours/ 7 days)

The Infectious Disease Epidemiology section is staffed by thirty epidemiologists and support staff who act as disease detectives to track the causes and consequences of infectious diseases.  The purpose of this section is to study the distribution of infectious diseases in the community and to carry out or coordinate programs that prevent the spread of communicable diseases.

The Infectious Disease Epidemiology Program is funded through cooperative agreements with the State of Louisiana and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The program is also involved in several collaborative efforts with Louisiana State University Veterinary School and Tulane University School of Public Health.

For more about Infectious Disease Epidemiology click here.
For common questions related to infectious disease click here.
For contact information click here.

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Featured Services

Events

 

Influenza Specimen Collection 
LA State Public Health Laboratory
September 2017


Increase in Reported Cases of 
Cyclospora cayetanensis Infection
U.S., Summer 2017 - CDC Health
Advisory  

 

Guidelines for Travelers Visiting
Areas with Chikungunya,
Dengue or Zika

 

Zika Public Information 

Notice to Clinicians and Health
Departments - Acute
Flaccid Myelitis -
2016

 

Epidemiologic Profile of Hepatitis 
C Virus Infection in Louisiana-2015

  

Save the Date

Healthcare-Associated Infections,
Antibiotic Resistance, & Emerging
Infectious Disease Workshop

November 16 - Bossier City