Monkeypox: Your Questions Answered

The World Health Organization has just declared Monkeypox a global public health emergency. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 17,000 cases in 74 nations have been identified. While in the U.S. approximately 3,000 have been cases reported, the virus is spreading and remains a mystery to many, including health officials. Join a team of epidemiologists with the New York University School of Global Public Health as they explore the Monkeypox outbreak and answer questions about this new global health threat.

Featured Speakers:

  • Dr. Debra Furr-Holden (moderator), Dean of NYU GPH, Professor of Epidemiology
  • Dr. Don Des Jarlais, Professor of Epidemiology 
  • Dr. Farzana Kapadia, Vice Chair of Academic Affairs, Associate Professor of Epidemiology
  • Dr. Danielle Ompad, Interim Associate Dean of Academic and Faculty Affairs, Professor of Epidemiology


Resources to learn more about Monkeypox:

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


New York State Department of Health

New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene