State Programs and Related Links

Population-based Birth Defects Surveillance Programs

If your state birth defect surveillance program has a web site that you would like to have
listed please click here.


Alabama

Georgia

Michigan

Alaska

New Hampshire

    West Virginia

Arizona

Illinois

New Jersey

     Wisconsin

Arkansas

Indiana

New York

 

California

Iowa

North Carolina

 

Centers for Disease Control

Kentucky

Ohio  

 

Colorado

Louisiana 

Oklahoma

 

Puerto Rico
 
Rhode Island
 
Texas  
Utah
 

Internet Resources

a. Birth Defects Research and Prevention Information

b. Birth Defects Databases

c. Family Support Groups/Information for Families

d. Government Agencies

e. Healthcare Professionals and Scientific Researchers

Note:These sites have been assessed as useful for educational purposes. However, the NBDPN cannot guarantee the accuracy of all the content on these pages.

 CDC Birth Defects Surveillance Listserv

The CDC has established a listserv to enhance communication among people working at the state level in birth defects surveillance and prevention. A listserv is an e-mail forum where messages are posted to a common address which can be viewed by anyone subscribing to the listserv. Postings have included requests for information about cluster investigations, teratology web site addresses, announcements of meetings and job openings, requests for literature on birth defect surveillance, and minutes from the last meeting of birth defect surveillance programs. The NBDPN encourages all of its members and other interested persons to subscribe the listserv and join in the dialogue about birth defects.

To subscribe to CDC's Birth Defects Surveillance listserv, send the following internet e-mail:

TO: listserv@listserv.cdc.gov
SUBJECT: (leave blank)
MESSAGE: subscribe birth-defects-surv

If successful, you will get an e-mail reply with additional information about the listserv. If you have any problems subscribing, contact Cara Mai at cmai@cdc.gov.

 



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