Michael McNeil, MD, MPH

Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion, National Center for Preparedness, Detection and Control of Infectious Diseases, CDC
1600 Clifton Road NE
Atlanta, GA
USA 30333
Email: mmm2@cdc.gov

Biographical Sketch:
Clinical and Preventive Medicine Training: Internship: Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Adelaide, South Australia (1975 1976), (Internal Medicine) Residency: Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Adelaide, South Australia (1976 1979), (Hematology Oncology) Fellowship: Fairfield Infectious Diseases Hospital, Melbourne, Australia (1980 1981), (Infectious Diseases) Residency: CDC and Georgia Department of Human Resources (1995-1996), (Preventive Medicine) Public Health Experience: Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer, Epidemic Branch, Hospital Infections Program, NCID, CDC (1983 1985) Medical Epidemiologist, Mycotic Diseases Branch, Division of Bacterial and Mycotic Diseases (DBMD), NCID, CDC (1985-1994) Acting Chief, Emerging Bacterial and Mycotic Diseases Branch, DBMD, NCID, CDC (1994 1995) CDC Preventive Medicine Resident (Career Development), Georgia Department of Human Resources, (1995-1996) Medical Epidemiologist, Mycotic & Meningitis and Special Pathogens Branches, DBMD, NCID, CDC (1996 2000). Chief, Anthrax Vaccine Safety Activity, Epidemiology and Surveillance Division, NIP, CDC (2000 2007) Chief, Vaccine Analytic Unit, Division of Bacterial Diseases, NCIRD, CDC (2007-2009) Chief, Vaccine Analytic Unit, Immunization Safety Office, DHQP, NCPDCID, CDC (2009-present)