David J. Sencer CDC Museum
The David J. Sencer CDC Museum is an educational facility designed to teach about CDC, public health, and the benefits of prevention. The museum, originally called the Global Health Odyssey (GHO), was established in 1996 in conjunction with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)′s 50th anniversary.
The museum holds 2,093 objects, 703 photographs, 1,923 individual archive holdings, 200+ historic films and multimedia. The strengths of collection includes; Venereal Diseases, AIDS/HIV, Smallpox, Immunization, Smoking, Water borne and Vector borne diseases, Laboratory equipment, Malaria and the origins of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.