Honoring Louis Salinas
For 37 years, Louis worked at every level at CDC and improved our ability to protect and promote health in each of his roles, both in the United States and around the world. He was intuitive but practical, gentle but direct, calm but with a deep commitment to urgently improving health. He joined public health in the efforts against sexually transmitted infections and tuberculosis, working as a public health advisor in San Antonio, Texas, and later as chief of the Program Coordination Unit at the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention. Louis also served as a country support coordinator in the Global AIDS Program. Louis also held key positions at CDC’s Division of Reproductive Health, including deputy branch chief, associate director for Management and Operations, and acting Deputy Division director. He also served as deputy director for the divisions of Adolescent and School Health and Oral Health. Read more on CDC Connects.
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