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Deputy U.S. global AIDS coordinator appointed

Deputy U.S. global AIDS coordinator appointed

Mark Dybul, who has served as an assistant coordinator and chief medical officer for the State Department Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator, was named deputy U.S. global AIDS coordinator this week, according to a government press release. Dybul will replace Joseph O'Neill, who is leaving the office for a position in the White House. Dybul previously served on the planning task force for the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief and as the head of the Department of Health and Human Services initiative to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmissions in Africa and the Caribbean. "Dr. Dybul has long been a true leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS," said U.S. global AIDS coordinator Randall Tobias in the press release. "I value his long experience as a research scientist, his wisdom in the design and start-up phase of the President's Emergency Plan, and most of all his passion to save lives. I am grateful for his willingness to serve."

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