Dr. Anne W. Rimoin, Ph.D., M.P.H.

Assistant Professor - Department of Epidemiology - UCLA School of Public Health
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Emerging infections
No good deed goes unpunished
Smallpox has gone, but monkeypox is now rearing its ugly head
The Economist, Sep 2nd 2010
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Africa: Monkeypox Cases Surge in Rural Areas as Price of the Victory Over Smallpox
The New York Times, August 30, 2010
By Donald G. McNeil Jr.
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Pox Swap: 30 Years After the End of Smallpox, Monkeypox Cases Are on the Rise
Scientific American, August 31, 2010
By Nicholette Zeliadt
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Monkeypox emerges in Africa in the wake of smallpox
Nature, August 30, 2010
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Dramatic rise in monkeypox
The Scientist, Aug 31, 2010
Posted by Bob Grant
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Monkeypox rising in wake of smallpox eradication
Reuters, Aug 31, 2010
By Lynne Peeples
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Stopping smallpox vaccinations has cleared the way for the emergence of monkeypox in Africa
Los Angeles Times, August 30, 2010
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Goodbye smallpox vaccination, hello monkeypox
Discover Magazine, August 31st, 2010
by Ed Yong
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Virus related to smallpox rising sharply in Africa, UCLA researcher finds Monkeypox has increased 20-fold in Democractic Republic of Congo since 1980
UCLA Newsroom, August 30, 2010
By Mark Wheeler
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Smallpox-related virus
UC Health, August 30, 2010
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Monkeypox rising in wake of smallpox eradication
MSNBC.com, Aug 31, 2010
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Department Alumna Profile
The Globe, Spring 2010
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The Virus Hunter
The Scientist Magazine, January 2008
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Danger Junkies
Marie Claire Magazine, September 2009
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Finding the next epidemic before it kills
Forbes Magazine, November 2009
"There are lots of new and unknown diseases out there. But if you don't have good surveillance, you are never going to find them," says UCLA epidemiologist Anne Rimoin.
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First Response
UCLA Magazine, 2008
"Monkeypox is the perfect example of a viral zoonotic emerging infection," Rimoin explains. "It is clinically indistinguishable from smallpox, so no one really knows when it first appeared."
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Infectious Animals: How to Help
National Geographic Magazine, October 2007
(page 150, in print edition)
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Deadly Contact: How Animals and Humans Exchange Disease
National Geographic Magazine, October 2007
by David Quammen, photography by Lynn Johnson
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Deadly Contact: How Animals and Human Exchange Disease
National Geographic Website Multimedia Presentation
(click on 'Monkey Pox' link on far right under Launch Presentation)
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Worldly Pursuits: School's Global Health Program Transcends Borders
UCLA School of Public Health Magazine
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Building Capacity Overseas - Faculty Lend Expertise to Public Health Efforts Abroad
UCLA School of Public Health Magazine
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Emerging Infectious Diseases: Toward a system of prediction and prevention
UCLA School of Public Health Magazine, June 2007
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The Keck Futures Initiative Genomic Revolution Grants
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