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of Public Health, and has edited most recently Blood Feuds: AIDS, Blood, and the Politics of Medical Disaster.
C. PATRICK CHAULK, M.D., M.P.H., Annie E. Casey Foundation, Baltimore, Maryland. Patrick Chaulk received his M.D. and completed a residency in pediatrics at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He also completed a residency and chief residency in preventive medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health. As the senior associate for health at the Annie Casey Foundation, Dr. Chaulk directs the foundation's investments in health and public health. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health and the School of Medicine, where he serves as pediatric consultant to Baltimore City's tuberculosis (TB) and sexually transmitted disease (STD) clinics. He has extensive experience in congressional, state, and municipal health and public health public policy regarding TB and STD control. He has written on TB and STD policy and care, public health, and managed care. The recipient of an American Medical Association/ Burroughs-Wellcome Resident Leadership Award, he also was selected as a U.S. Public Health Service Primary Care Health Policy Fellow.
FRAN DU MELLE, M.S., American Lung Association, Washington, D.C. Fran Du Melle is deputy managing director of the American Lung Association. She serves as the director of government relations for the American Lung Association and the American Thoracic Society. She has primary responsibility for the development and implementation of the public policy program, including policy initiatives in environmental health, health care and public health, research advocacy, and tobacco control. Ms. Du Melle's specific areas of expertise include air quality and the public health policy aspects of tuberculosis control and asthma prevention and control.
SUE C. ETKIND, R.N., M.S., Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Boston. Sue Etkind received her diploma in nursing from Concord Hospital School of Nursing and her nursing degree from Fitchburg State College. She graduated from Russell Sage College with a master's degree in health education. She has been the director of the Division of Tuberculosis Prevention and Control since 1984. Ms. Etkind has served on the National Advisory Committee for the Elimination of Tuberculosis, and has been a consultant for the former congressional Office of Technology Assessment, the Centers for Substance Abuse Treatment, and the American Lung Association. She has held positions in the Nursing Section of the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Other Lung Diseases and in its North American region and is the current vice-president of the National