Hank Tomlinson, PhD - Acting Director, Division of Global HIV and TB
Hank Tomlinson, Ph.D., serves as the Acting Director of the Division of Global HIV & TB (DGHT) at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), guiding the management of CDC’s global TB and HIV treatment, care and prevention programs and the division’s 1,800 staff in 45 country offices and headquarters in Atlanta. Prior to being named Acting DGHT Division Director, Dr. Tomlinson served as DGHT’s Principal Deputy Director, and he also served as Country Director and DGHT Program Director for the CDC field office in Nigeria. Dr. Tomlinson began his career at CDC in 2008 in the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, where his work focused on strengthening the capacity of the HIV workforce to implement science- and evidence-based interventions for HIV prevention, care and treatment. Dr. Tomlinson earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Emory University and his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Duke University. He completed his residency in clinical psychology at the University of Maryland Medical Center and Baltimore VA Hospital. His published work addresses the epidemiology of HIV among men who have sex with men; the development, evaluation, and dissemination of interventions to reduce sexual risk behavior for acquisition and transmission of HIV; and the diffusion of innovations.
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