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Minnesota Department of Health

85 E. 7Th Place Suite 220

St. Paul, Minnesota 55164

United States

Company Description

The Minnesota Department of Health is the state's lead public health agency, responsible for protecting, maintaining and improving the health of all Minnesotans. The department operates programs in disease prevention and control, health promotion, communi ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vector-borne Disease Program Leader

Metropolitan Mosquito Control District

Affiliations

Content and Project Advisor
Disease Detectives

Education

B.S. degree

Wildlife Management

MS

degrees

University of Minnesota

Web References (199 Total References)


Deer ticks, Lyme disease on rise in Minnesota

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"We're approaching the peak time of year for Lyme disease, when the risk of being exposed to the illness is greatest," said David Neitzel, an MDH epidemiologist specializing in diseases carried by ticks and mosquitoes.

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If you do develop signs or symptoms of a tick-related illness, you should see a physician right away, Neitzel emphasized.


Major Funding | Disease Detectives

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David Neitzel, Minnesota Department of Health


West Nile Spreads

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Minnesota Department of Health epidemiologist Dave Neitzel says the number of new cases should start to decline later this month.

Neitzel says the final 2012 total should be well below peak West Nile years. He tells Minnesota Public Radio News (http://bit.ly/RIDVOX ) that as mosquito numbers decline in September, the state also should see a drop in the number of new cases.


David Neitzel will describe ...

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David Neitzel will describe Lyme disease programs of the Minnesota Department of Health and

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David Neitzel, MS Epidemiologist, Supervisor Minnesota Department of Health
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Dave has been working on vector-borne disease issues in Minnesota for the past 29 years. Since 1997, he has been a Vector-Borne Disease Epidemiologist at the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and supervises mosquito-borne and tick-borne disease surveillance programs. Before joining MDH, he was the Vector-borne Disease Program Leader at the Metropolitan Mosquito Control District (MMCD) in St. Paul, Minnesota from 1985-1996. Dave has two degrees from the University of Minnesota, including a M.S. degree in Environmental Health (Public Health Biology) and a B.S. degree in Wildlife Management. He holds an Adjunct Faculty position at the University of Minnesota, School of Public Health. He is also the current President of the National Association of Vector-Borne Disease Control Officials.
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David Neitzel, MS
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Dave a travaillé sur les enjeux liés aux maladies à transmission vectorielle au Minnesota au cours des 29 dernières années.


Because mosquitos can't travel far from ...

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Because mosquitos can't travel far from stagnant water, their control is relatively easy, said Dave Neitzel, supervisor for the vector-borne disease unit at MDH. On average, between one and six cases of La Crosse are reported in the state annually, according to MDH. Since 1991, there have been 16 occasions where a mosquito thought to carry the Zika virus has been located in Minnesota, Neitzel said. On each occasion, the bugs have died out in the winter, but Neitzel said it's important to take steps to prevent them from settling in Minnesota. "Since we don't have those mosquitos established here, the risk of Zika virus transmission locally appears to be pretty small at this point," Neitzel said.

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