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Infectious Disease Epidemiology
The Infectious Disease Epidemiology Program oversees the surveillance and control of infectious diseases throughout the State including: food and waterborne diseases (E. coli, giardia, etc.), vaccine-preventable diseases (pertussis, bacterial meningitis, etc.), zoonotic diseases (plague, Q-fever, etc.), and vectorborne diseases (West Nile Virus, Colorado tick fever, etc.). The program responds to and investigates clusters and outbreaks of illnesses. It also provides analytic and medical consultations for healthcare providers Statewide.

Cancer/Chronic Disease Epidemiology
The Cancer/Chronic Disease Epidemiology program collects detailed information on all cancer cases diagnosed in Wyoming. This information is used to evaluate the effectiveness of cancer prevention programs and helps hospital administrators and physicians plan cancer treatment programs. The program routinely responds to public requests for data on cancer in Wyoming, and publishes several cancer reports each year.

Community and Family Health Epidemiology
The Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Epidemiology program provides epidemiology support to the Maternal & Child Health Program; coordinates needs assessment activities to monitor the health of all mothers, children and youth in the state; collects and analyzes data prepares reports to respond to inquiries from the media, community health planners, legislators and advocacy groups; designs special studies for MCH issues; monitors progress toward national and state performance objectives; provides data to support policy changes; and assists with evaluation of MCH interventions.