Bugli, Dante

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Title

Bugli, Dante

Description

Dante Bugli, a fellow at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and student at Emory University's master of public health program, gives a brief life review, then digs into his experiences with the US Peace Corps in Guinea from 2012 until he was evacuated in 2014 due to the Ebola outbreak. He then describes his return to Guinea in 2015 as a health communications specialist with CDC, and his subsequent work supporting CDC's Ebola response from agency headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.

Date

21-Oct-16

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Citation

“Bugli, Dante,” CDC Museum Digital Exhibits, accessed December 7, 2022, http://cdcmuseum.teachingatlanta.org/items/show/532.