Harrison Crawford Stetler Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, Trinity College, 1962; Doctor of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, 1966.
Intern, Children's Hospital, Buffalo, New York, 1967; manager Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Agency for International Development Unit, State Georgia, Buffalo, New York, since 1995; assistant chief pediatrics, Alaska Native Medical Center, Anchorage, 1969-1972; medical officer, World Health Organisation, Rabat, Morocco., 1972-1975; epidemic intell. service, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, 1975-1977; medical epidemiologist Center American Research Station, Centers for Disease Control, San Salvador, El Salvador., 1977-1980; medical epidemiologist, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, 1980-1986; dir.Mexican field epidemiology training program, Centers for Disease Control, Mexico City, 1986-1990; medical epidemiologist, International Activity Division Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Atlanta, 1990-1994. Reviewer American Journal Public Health, since 1987, Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, since 1990. Consultant World Health Organisation.
Coach Youth Soccer, Atlanta, 1985, 86, 91, 92-95. With United States Public Health Service, 1969-1994. Fellow American Academy Pediatrics.
Member American Public Health Association, International Epidemiological Association, Commissioned Officers Association of United States Public Health Service, Sons of America Revolution.
Married Latifa Tourougui, May28, 1976. Children: Karim Christopher, Samir Michael, Jamil Luke, Adam Robert.