Party affiliation: Republican
Intern pediatrics University California Medical Center, San Diego, 1978-1979. Resident pediatrics University California Medical Center/Hospital for Children, 1979-1980. Resident Hospital Sick Children, Toronto, 1980-1981.
Chief resident Children's Hospital & Health Center, San Diego, 1981-1982. Executive Information System officer division viral diseases, division field Superior vena cava syndrome Epidemology Office Centers Disease Control, Atlanta, 1982-1984. Director division immunization, acting director division tropical disease New York City Department Health, 1983-1985.
Medical epidemologist Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome program Centers Disease Control, San Francisco Department Public Health, 1985-1987. From medical director to director Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome office San Francisco Department Public Health, 1986-1990. Chief, infectious disease branch, state epidemologist California Dept Health, Berkeley, 1990-1992.
State epidemologist California Department Health, 1990—1995. Deputy director prevention services California Dept Health, 1992-1995, state health officer, 1993-1995. Associate dean administration, professor epidemiology/health administration University California School Public Health, 1995-1997.
Professor epidemiology & preventive medicine University California, San Francisco, since 1997, Salvatore Pablo Lucia professor preventive medicine, head division preventative medicine & public health, director Prevention & Public Health Group (formerly Institute Global Health), since 2004. Transport physician Children's Hospital & Health Center, San Diego, 1981. Assistant clinical professor pediatrics Emory University, Atlanta, 1982—1983, Cornell University, New York City, 1984—1985, University California, San Francisco, 1986—1992, assistant clinical professor epidemiology & biostatistics, 1987—1992, associate adjunct professor epidemiology, biostatistics & pediatrics, 1992—1995, adjunct professor, since 1996.
Associate clinical professor community health University California, Davis, 1991—1995. Consultant Pan-American Health Organization South America, 1986—1989, World Health Organization, 1988—1990, Centers Disease Control, Atlanta.
Fellow: American Academy Pediatrics. Member: American Public Health Association, Association State & Territorial Health Officials, Society Epidemiological Research, International Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Society, Northern California Public Health Association, Infectious Diseases Society of America, California Medical Association, American Society Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, American Association History of Medicine, Bay Area Communicable Disease Exchange.