Donald P. Francis (1942-) is an epidemiologist and pediatrician with extensive experience in vaccines and infectious disease
control, including work with Ebola, smallpox, hepatitis, and HIV/AIDS. The collection relates to his work at the United States
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other public health organizations and includes travel files, correspondence and subject
files, research and patient records, publications, audiovisual material, computer media, and artifacts.
Donald P. Francis (1942-) is an American epidemiologist and pediatrician. He worked for the United States Centers for Disease
Control (CDC) for 21 years, before joining Genentech in 1992 and later co-founding VaxGen and Global Solutions for Infectious
Diseases (GSID). He has extensive experience in vaccines and infectious disease control, including national and international
work with measles, cholera, Ebola, smallpox, hepatitis B, and HIV/AIDS.
38.25 Linear Feet
(29 cartons and 1 oversized box)
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