I will accompany guests on a tour of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) David Sencer museum, one of my favorite places ever, which is open to the public and free. Highlights include an iron lung, a Guinea worm, and an exhibit about Ebola. I will share the history of the area and why Atlanta is called the "public health capital of the world." There are many lunch spots available across the street at Emory Point.
I am editor of Emory Medicine magazine and Emory Health Digest, and have 25-plus years of experience in journalism. I was a fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (the CDC) in 2000, and went through epidemiology training. I am a public health/medical/science writer, and have freelanced for national magazines such as Reader's Digest and Psychology Today.
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We will spend most of our time in the CDC museum—it has multiple floors and experiences and traveling exhibits and is a lot to explore.
알아두어야 할 사항
최대 8명, 만 11세 이상만 참석 가능
정부 발급 신분증
신분증상의 사진과 대조할 수 있는 본인 사진을 찍어야 합니다. 이를 통해 에어비앤비가 체험에 참가하는 게스트를 확인할 수 있습니다. 이 절차는 한 번만 완료하시면 됩니다.
Bring government-issued ID or passport. Wear comfortable walking shoes and casual clothing. You can bring cell phones and/or cameras into the museum. You cannot go into the actual CDC campus or offices.
의학잡지 편집자가 안내하는 질병통제예방센터(CDC) 박물관