Ebola

NEW: An Ebola Primer

Could Ebola Become More Dangerous?

How Deadly is Ebola?

Why is the Current Ebola Outbreak So Severe?

Why Don't We Have an Ebola Vaccine?

When Do We Quarantine or Isolate for Ebola?

Why is Ebola Risk so Low in the United States?

Resources

Media Coverage

Howard Markel, director of the U-M Center for the History of Medicine

Eden Wells, clinical associate professor of epidemiology and director of the Preventive Medicine Residency at U-M SPH. Dr. Wells is on a leave of absence from the University of Michigan to devote her efforts full time to the role of Chief Medical Executive for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

Eden Wells and Marisa Eisenberg, assistant professor of epidemiology at U-M SPH.

Utibe Effiiong, research associate at U-M SPH, and an Aspen Institute New Voices Fellow.   

Talk to the Experts

A number of U-M experts are available to talk with the media about Ebola:

  • Dr. Arnold Monto, the Thomas Francis Jr. Collegiate Professor of Epidemiology.
  • Contact: (734) 764-5453,  asmonto@umich.edu
  • Mark Wilson, professor of epidemiology, is an ecologist and epidemiologist.
    Contact: (734) 936-0152,  wilsonml@umich.edu
  • Joseph Eisenberg, associate professor of epidemiology.
    Contact: (734) 615-1625,  jnse@umich.edu
  • Marisa Eisenberg, assistant professor of epidemiology.
    Contact: (734) 763-2991,  marisae@umich.edu
  • Peter Jacobson, professor of health management and policy.
    Contact: (734) 936-0928,  pdj@umich.edu
  • Dr. Howard Markel, the George E. Wantz Distinguished Professor of the History of Medicine at the Medical School and director of its Center for the History of Medicine.
    Contact: Kara Gavin, (734) 764-2220,  kegavin@umich.edu
  • Dr. Matthew Boulton, professor of epidemiology and senior associate dean for Global Public Health.
    Contact: (734) 936-1623, mboulton@umich.edu

For SPH experts on these and many more topics, see the Experts List.