Stephen L Cochi
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
Stephen L. Cochi, MD, holds a BS from MIT, an MD from Duke University, and an MPH from
Emory University. He completed residency training in pediatrics at the Massachusetts General
Hospital and in preventive medicine at the CDC, and completed CDC’s 2-year Epidemic
Intelligence Service (EIS) training program in 1984. Before joining CDC, he was a pediatrician in
the Indian Health Service from 1980-1982 on the Navajo Reservation in Gallup, New Mexico.
Dr. Cochi is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and the American Board of
Preventive Medicine. Dr. Cochi has spent 31 years at CDC working in the field of immunization,
and from 1985-2005 he served in various roles in the Center that leads and manages the U.S.
immunization program and its international activities. From 1993-2003, he led CDC’s global
immunization activities as Director of GID, which is a major partner in the global polio
eradication initiative, global measles control and mortality reduction initiative, the Global
Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), and other priority global immunization
activities. Dr. Cochi served as Deputy Director of the U.S. National Immunization Program in
2003 and as Acting Director for 2 years during 2004-2005.
Centre for disease control, Vaccines
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