Class of: 1995
A medical epidemiologist trained in veterinary medicine and public health, Angulo has served in a variety of scientific and leadership positions related to food safety, anti-microbial resistance, and global health since joining the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 1993 in the Epidemiology Intelligence Service. Since 2010 he has been part of CDC’s Center for Global Health, serving as director of the Global Disease Detection program, which conducts infectious disease capacity-building efforts in more than 25 countries. Previously he served in the CDC’s Foodborne Diseases Branch, where he established several national surveillance programs, including FoodNet and the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System (NARMS). Angulo received his PhD in Epidemiology from UCLA in 1995.
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