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Appendix D: WHO Collaborating Centres (WHOCCs) Based at CDC

WHOCC for Antimicrobial Resistance

WHOCC for Arthropod-Borne Viruses in the Western Hemisphere

WHOCC for Clostridium botulinum

WHOCC for Dengue and Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever

WHOCC for Research, Training, and Eradication of Dracunculiasis


WHOCC for Reference and Reagents for Human Immunoglobulin Subclasses

WHOCC for Foodborne Disease Surveillance

WHOCC for Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Control of Influenza

WHOCC for Evaluating and Testing New Insecticides

WHOCC for Leptospirosis

WHOCC for Control and Elimination of Lymphatic Filariasis

WHOCC for Malaria Control in Africa

WHOCC for Production and Distribution of Malaria Sporozoite ELISAs

WHOCC for Mycoses in North America

WHOCC for Reference and Research on Plague Control

WHOCC for Poliovirus and Enterovirus Surveillance

WHOCC for Reference and Research on Rabies

WHOCC for Respiratory Viruses Other Than Influenza

WHOCC for Rickettsial Diseases

WHOCC for Shigella

WHOCC for Smallpox and Other Poxviruses Infections

WHOCC for Reference and Research in Syphilis Serology

WHOCC for Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers

WHOCC for Reference and Research on Viral Hepatitis

Tentative WHO Approval:
WHOCC for Lyme Borreliosis

WHO/PAHO Collaborating Center for Rotavirus and the Agents of Viral Gastroenteritis

WHOCC for Public Health Systems and Practice

Proposed New Centers
WHOCC for Cysticercosis

WHOCC for Molecular Identification and Typing of Insect Disease Vectors

WHOCC for Measles Virus Diagnostics (also serves as the PAHO Regional Measles Reference Laboratory)

WHOCC for Prevention and Control of Epidemic Meningitis

WHOCC for Prevention and Control of Mycobacterium ulcerans (Buruli ulcer)

WHOCC for Insecticide Resistance

WHOCC for Infectious Disease Pathology

WHOCC for Salmonella Surveillance

WHOCC for Streptococcus

WHOCC for Vibrio cholerae O1 and O139

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Booklet Contents
item Contributors
item Table of Contents
item Preface
item Executive Summary
item Introduction
item International Cooperation To Combat Infectious Diseases
item U.S. Investment in Global Public Health
item Protecting the health of U.S. citizens at home and abroad
item Furthering U.S. humanitarian efforts
item Providing economic and diplomatic benefits
item Enhancing security
item CDC's Role in Promoting Global Public Health
item An evolving mission
item Vision for the Future
item Partnerships and Implementation
item Priorities and Objectives
1. International Outbreak Assistance
item Objectives
2. A Global Approach to Disease Surveillance
item Objectives
3. Applied Research on Diseases of Global Importance
item Objectives
4. Application of Proven Public Health Tools
item Objectives
5. Global Initiatives for Disease Control
item Objectives
6. Public Health Training and Capacity Building
item Objectives
item List of Boxes
item Acronyms
item Appendix A
item Appendix B
item Appendix C
item Appendix D
item Appendix E
item Acknowledgments
item References

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Date published: 2002

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