Ebola Survivors

John Dye, left, and his team from the U.S. Army Medical Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick took blood samples from Ebola survivors with the help of Ugandan researchers like Dr. Julius Lutwama, center, of the Uganda Virus Research Institute.

John Dye, left, and his team from the U.S. Army Medical Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick took blood samples from Ebola survivors with the help of Ugandan researchers like Dr. Julius Lutwama, center, of the Uganda Virus Research Institute.

Interview with Dr. John Dye

Army researchers from Fort Detrick's U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases are developing relationships with Ebola survivors in Uganda, who may hold the key to a vaccine or treatment for the deadly disease.

Listen to our interview with Dr. John Dye, chief of viral immunology at the institute, about his team's recent trip to Uganda.

Live video discussion Reporter Sylvia Carignan interviewed Dr John Dye live on Facebook. Watch the interview here.