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This historic photograph, taken sometime in the 1970s, showed Dr. William "Bill" Collins, long-time Centers for Disease Control malariologist, standing outside a laboratory on the organization’s Chamblee Campus, located in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Collins had joined the CDC beginning in 1974. He developed the vast majority of the nonhuman primate animal model systems used to study the immunobiology of human, and nonhuman primate malaria. He was also the lead investigator responsible for the establishment of the CDC as a major international center for its work on malarial vaccines.
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