The mission of this Society is to keep disease transmission experts at the vanguard of investigative advancements. To this end, the Society supports the American Journal of Epidemiology and Epidemiologic Reviews, and in addition the yearly SER meeting which incorporates the John C. Cassel Memorial Lecture, Tyroler Student Prize Paper, contributed papers, symposia, and publications on an extensive variety of epidemiologic issues.
In 1967 the study of disease transmission office seats, Drs. Abraham Lilienfeld (the Johns Hopkins University), Milton Terris (New York Medical College) and Brian MacMahon (Harvard University), proposed another general public. Their objectives were to make a venue for their graduate understudies to exhibit their exploration discoveries and trade thoughts with senior analysts and to build up a meeting at which disease transmission experts contemplating constant ailments, irresistible ailments and psychological well-being could meet up. The first meeting of the Society for Epidemiological Research occurred in May 1968 in Washington DC.Read More»