Toxoplasmosis Associated with Venison Consumption During a Retreat- Amy Schumacher, PhD, MS

Monday Seminar Series

Monday, January 28th, 2019
12:00–1:00 pm
1335 Health Sciences Learning Center

Presented by:   Amy Schumacher, PhD, MS
Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Bureau of Communicable Diseases
Wisconsin Division of Public Health


During this seminar, Dr. Schumacher will describe an investigation of an outbreak of toxoplasmosis associated with venison consumption during a church retreat.  How the outbreak was identified, the public health response, and the investigation findings will be described.

For further information, please see our website: or contact Rosalind Bendix-Lewis at 265-0516
Please note this lecture will not be live-streamed or recorded.

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This post was authored by Rosalind Bendix-Lewis on 01/23/2019.