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About The Epidemiology Monitor

To provide news about the latest developments in epidemiology and information about resources epidemiologists can use to advance their careers.

The Epidemiology Monitor is an information provider business owned and operated as a sole proprietorship. It was founded in 1980 by Roger H. Bernier, Ph.D, MPH, who serves as Editor and Publisher. Our office is located in Roswell, Georgia, a northern suburb of Atlanta.

The Epidemiology Monitor publishes a monthly newsletter by the same name. It is the only newsletter covering people, events, research and key developments in epidemiology. It was first published in 1980 and has appeared continuously since then. We are now in our 32nd year.

Epidemiology Wit and Wisdom--The Best of The Epidemiology Monitor is a 300 page collection of the most interesting and useful articles which have appeared in the newsletter over the years. Parts of it have been included on this website.

Subscribers and buyers of our publications include epidemiologists, biostatisticians and public health professionals working in academic, government, industry, and private settings. Subscribers are found in the U.S. and overseas. Actual readership of the print and online versions is large and growing.



Roger H. Bernier, PhD, MPH, Editor and Publisher

Roger Bernier graduated from Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1966. In that year, he embarked on the first phase of a 40 year public health career with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, GA. Roger entered graduate school at Yale in 1972 and earned an MPH in epidemiology in 1974. He immediately went on to the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health and earned a PhD in epidemiology in 1978. He then returned to the CDC for the second phase of his career in the National Immunization Program where he retired in 2010. Dr. Bernier launched The Epidemiology Monitor in 1980 after finding it difficult as a graduate student to get vital information about developments in epidemiology at other schools and in the field in general.



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