D.A. Henderson
Dr. D.A. Henderson, EIS Class of 1955 describes his roles in the early days of CDC and his relationship with Alex Langmuir.

April 12, 2012
Dr. Charles Hatcher
Dr. Charles Hatcher, Jr. a cardiac surgeon from 1962 until the early 1980s at Emory University. He describes his perspective of the unique…
February 22, 2012
Dr. Fred Murphy
As a PhD virologist and veterinarian, Dr. Fred Murphy had a unique perspective and role in CDC’s history.

Interviewed by Karen…
November 16, 2011
Dr. Geoffrey M. Jeffery
Entomologist Dr. Geoff Jeffery tells about his involvement in laboratory and anti-malarial work with NIH, MCWA, TVA, and in the newly formed…
September 27, 2011
Dr. Harold Nitowsky
Dr. Nitowsky describes how he was recruited to the first Epidemic Intelligence Service Class indirectly through a mutual acquaintance of Dr.…
March 26. 2012
Dr. Harry Pratt
Dr. Pratt, as an entomologist and educator is one of the earliest members of MCWA and the Communicable Disease Center. He relates his…
October 23, 2011 and May 5, 2012
Dr. Henry Shinefield
Pediatrician, Henry Shinefield discusses his medical education and recruitment to CDC’s first EIS class (1951).

Interviewed by Karen…
March 27, 2012
Dr. Herman Gray
Dr. Herman Gray talks about his background in medicine and epidemiology, including his experience as a member of CDC’s first EIS Class in…
May 18, 2012
Dr. J. Donald and Joan Millar
The Millars relate their personal experiences and memories of the early history and personalities that helped CDC to evolve from Malaria…
May 22, 2012