Jeffrey Powell Koplan Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Yale College, 1966; postgraduate, Tufts U., 1966-1968; Doctor of Medicine Mount Sinai School Medicine, New York City, 1970; Master of Public Health, Harvard University, 1978.
Intern, resident Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, Bronx, New York, 1970-1972. Epidemic intelligence service officer Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, United States Department Health & Human Services, Atlanta, 1972-1974. Resident Stanford University Hosp, California, 1974-1975.
Medical epidemiologist California State Department Health, Berkeley, 1975, Caribbean Epidemiology Center, Port of Spain, 1975-1977. Medical officer Office of Program Planning Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, United States Department Health & Human Services, Atlanta, 1978-1982, assistant director public health practice, 1982-1988. Director National Center Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, 1989-1994.
Assistant surgeon general United States Department Health & Human Services, Rockville, 1989-1994, director Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Atlanta, 1998—2002. Executive vice president, director Prudential Center for Health Care Research, 1994-1995, president, 1995-1998. Vice president for academy health affairs, global health Emory University, 2002—2008, director Emory Global Health Institute, since 2002.
With United States Public Health Service, 1970-1994. Fellow American College of Physicians, American College Epidemiology. Member Association Teachers Preventive Medicine, American Public Health Association, Society Medical Decision Making, Institute Medical.
Married Carol R. Bassuk, May 18, 1969. Children— Adam, Kate.