Global Immunization Division
Organizational Structure

Updated November 1, 2023

Global Health Center Org Chart

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The Global Immunization Division (GID) at CDC’s Center for Global Health is headed by a director who oversees the Deputy Director for Science and Program, the Associate Director for Policy, the Associate Director for Communication Science, the Deputy Directory of Management and Operations, and 4 GID branches, each headed by a branch chief. The GID branches and their teams are:

  • Polio Eradication Branch (comprised of the Africa; Pakistan; Eastern Mediterranean; Surveillance, Innovation, and Research; and Outbreak Response teams)
  • Accelerated Disease Control Branch (comprised of the Measles; Rubella, Hepatitis B and Tetanus; and Cholera/Typhoid teams)
  • Immunization Systems Branch (comprised of the Vaccine Introduction; Demand for Immunization; Immunization Delivery Science; and Vaccine Safety teams)
  • Strategic Information and Workforce Development Branch (comprised of the STOP Program; Workforce Development; Strategic Information; and Vaccine-Preventable Disease Surveillance teams)