Grayson County Health Department Director John Teel was deliver remarks at Austin College Thursday regarding the area’s ongoing outbreak of dysentery caused by shigella bacteria. The college is billing the event as a kind of build-up to a scheduled visit by Dr. Nathan Wolfe on March 20, the so-called "Indiana Jones of virus hunting."

Grayson County Health Department Director John Teel was deliver remarks at Austin College Thursday regarding the area’s ongoing outbreak of dysentery caused by shigella bacteria. The college is billing the event as a kind of build-up to a scheduled visit by Dr. Nathan Wolfe on March 20, the so-called "Indiana Jones of virus hunting."


Teel’s talk will dovetail with Wolfe’s address by touching on the epidemiology of the shigella outbreak. The speech will be held at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday in Room 127 of the Austin College IDEA Center. The seminar is free and open to the public.