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This 1971 photograph depicted the participants of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Surveillance Course for the Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO). The course was held in the CDC’s Atlanta offices from April 5, through December 10, 1971. Seated around the table (left to right) was Dr. Michael Gregg CDC, Deputy Director, Epidemiology Program; Dr. Alfonso Holguin CDC, Director, Training Program; Dr. Philip Brachman, Director, Epidemiology Program; Dr. David J. Sencer, Director, CDC; Dr. Alfredo Arreaza Guzman, Assistant Director, PAHO, Washington, D.C.; Dr. Alvaro Llopis, Regional Adviser, EPI, Communicable Disease Surveillance, PAHO, Washington, D.C.; Dr. Eliecer Vlverde, PAHO Fellow, Costa Rica; Dr. M.S. Lowewnstein, Chief, Enteric Diseases Section, Epidemiology Program; and Dr. Paul Blake, Assistant Chief, Field Services Branch, Epidemiology Program.
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Creation Date: 1971
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