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Biography

Before joining the U.S. CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) and serving the 2year EIS residency in New Orleans, LA, Dr. McNabb worked for the Oklahoma State Health Department. Most of his professional efforts have focused on serving those in underdeveloped, underserved global settings. Before retirement from CDC, he was Associate Director for Science; Public Health Informatics and Technology Program Office; Office for Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Laboratory Services. Now Research Professor at Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health, he directs the King Abdullah Fellowship Program (http://kingabdullahfellowship.com); and is PI of the exciting, new Africa CDC Institute for Workforce Development (http://www.africacdc.training/).