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CDC Director Redfield Visits NIH

Redfield and Amanda Campbell meet with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. John Mascola and Dr. Francis Collins.

At the Vaccine Research Center, Redfield (l) and Amanda Campbell, CDC deputy chief of staff, meet with (from l) NIAID director Dr. Anthony Fauci, VRC director Dr. John Mascola and NIH director Dr. Francis Collins.

Photo: Chia-Chi Charlie Chang

Redfield views the CRC model with Dr. James Gilman, Collins and Fauci.

Redfield, whose parents worked in Bldg. 10 years ago, views the CRC model with hospital CEO Dr. James Gilman (l), Collins and Fauci.

Photo: Chia-Chi Charlie Chang

Redfield tours the special clinical studies unit with Fauci and Dr. Richard Davey.

Redfield tours the special clinical studies unit with Fauci and Dr. Richard Davey, who oversees the unit.

Photo: Chia-Chi Charlie Chang

Dr. Robert Redfield, the 18th director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and a longtime HIV researcher, visited NIH on June 12. He met with NIH senior leadership about opioids, the BRAIN Initiative and neuroscience and a universal flu vaccine.

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