"It is my goal to make the London Center, the premier foreign policy institute in the country, one that is shaping
the debate on international affairs and influencing decisions emerging from the Congress."
- Herbert I. London
Dr. Steven Hatfill is a specialist physician and a virologist with a military background and separate masters degrees in microbial genetics, radiation biochemistry, and experimental pathology. His medical fellowships include Oxford University, the National Institutes of Health and the National Research Council where he studied the Ebola Virus at the US Army Institute for Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick. His background includes training/certification as a UN Weapons Inspector for Iraq under UNMOVIC.
Since 2007 he has been involved with teaching the emergency medical response to mass trauma casualties and the response to severe pandemic outbreaks of infectious disease. In 2015, he trained and helped to establish the Rapid Hemorrhagic Fever Response Teams for the National Medical Disaster Unit in Kenya, Africa.
Dr Hatfill is an adjunct professor in two departments at the George Washington University Medical Center and School and has numerous peer-reviewed scientific publications, He is a National Fellow of the Explorers Club and serves as a Board Member for several medical non-profit organizations. He is the author of the book Three-Seconds Until Midnight which deals with the U.S. lack of pandemic preparedness.
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