Thailand MOPH-US CDC Collaboration, Nonthaburi, Thailand
Bill Davis is the CDC Southeast Asia Regional Influenza Program Director, based in Bangkok. He has worked at the Thailand MOPH-US CDC Collaboration in Bangkok as an epidemiologist since November 2020. Bill joined CDC as an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer in 2016 and spent two years with the Waterborne Disease Prevention Branch responding to cholera and typhoid outbreaks in sub-Saharan Africa. He then joined the Influenza Division and spent two years in Atlanta working on influenza surveillance in North Africa and leading a unit on detection of novel viruses. Prior to working at CDC, Bill worked as a science writer and a lab technician; he served in the U.S. Peace Corps in Tanzania and Uganda and worked in Burma for several years as a logistician for Médecins sans Frontières, a program director for Physicians for Human Rights, and worked as a consultant on public health in conflict areas. Bill holds a DrPH in international health with a post-doctoral fellowship in epidemiology from Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.