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The Diocesan Office will be hosting a livestream on Facebook with Dr. George Curlin tomorrow at 1:30pm. Dr. Curlin is a member of Holy Trinity, Oxford. He is a renowned epidemiologist with extensive experience in infectious disease. He has worked with the Center for Disease and the Cholera epidemic. See you there.

If you aren’t a member of Facebook, you are still able to view the livestream — just ignore the sign in popup screen and scroll down to find the videos section ]

George T. Curlin, MD MPH

            DOB: September13, 1939



            BS Centre College 1961

            MD Vanderbilt Medical School  1965

            MPH Johns Hopkins School of Public Health 1974


Professional Development

  •  Intern in internal medicine:  U. of Kentucky Hospital 1965-66
  •  Fellow in adult infectious diseases, Johns Hopkins Department of Internal medicine 1968-1969
  •  Assistant Resident internal medicine: Johns Hopkins Hospital 1973-74



  • US Public Health Service: July 4, 1966 – February 1, 2010 both as commissioned officer and in the Civil Service in several positions:
  • CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service, Atlanta  1966-67
  • NIH/NIAID Cholera Research Laboratory, Dacca, East Pakistan 1971-72,
  • NIH Interim Director, Cholera Research Laboratory 1972-75     
  • NIH/Chief of Epidemiology Division Cholera Research Laboratory    1975-77
  • NIH/NIAID/DMID Chief Epidemiology Branch DMID 1978-80
  • Detailed to USAID, Asia Bureau Chief of Health, Population and  Nutrition 1980- 82
  • Detailed to USAID Bureau of Science and Technology as Director of the Office of Health 1982-84
  • NIH Fogarty International Center Senior Scientific Advisor 1984-85
  •  Office of International Health 1985-87
  •  NIH/NIAID Deputy Director, Division of Microbiology and Infectious  Diseases 1988-2001
  • NIH/NIAID Acting Director Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 2001-2003
  • NIH/NIAID Medical Officer DMID 2004-2010