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Media Contacts

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303-315-2120
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H1N1 (Swine) Flu Expert List

Who media professionals can contact for H1N1 flu information


For interviews, please call the CU Denver news media 24 hour on call pager number: 303-266-2608.

University of Colorado Denver/University of Colorado Hospital H1N1 Influenza Experts: 

Thomas Campbell, MD, interim head, division of infectious diseases, University of Colorado Denver; expert on prevention and treatment

Steve Johnson, MD, infectious diseases clinic director; expert on prevention and treatment

Michelle Barron, MD, University of Colorado Hospital, medical director, infection control; expert on influenza and infection prevention

Edward Janoff, MD, professor of medicine and microbiology; director, Mucosal and Vaccine Research Center; infectious diseases division; expert on clinical disease, vaccine development, and some public health issues

Theodore Eickhoff, MD, professor emeritus, division of infectious disease; expert on epidemiology, clinical disease, prevention and mitigation, vaccine, and anti-viral drugs

Jose Castillo-Mancilla, MD, infectious diseases division; expert on prevention

Charles Little, DO, emergency medicine; University of Colorado Hospital pandemic taskforce coordinator

Kathryn Holmes, PhD, professor of microbiology; expert on human and animal viruses

Loren Cobb, PhD, mathematical and statistical sciences; expert on a new and potentially revolutionary method of epidemic tracking and forecasting

Adriana Weinberg, MD, professor of pediatrics, medicine and pathology; medical director of the clinical virology and molecular laboratories, University of Colorado Hospital; expert on clinical virology

John E. Hokanson, PhD, chair of the department of epidemiology, Colorado School of Public Health; expert on public health and epidemiologic disease surveillance