Dr. Joseph B. McCormick: Chief of the Special Pathogens Branch of the C.D.C . Helped treat patients of Ebola in Sudan. Made many discoveries about the Ebola virus while working in Sudan. Was the successor to Karl Johnson-he had been appointed to the job when Johnson retired. He had lived and worked in Africa. He was a handsome, sophisticated medical doctor with curly dark hair and round Fiorucci spectacles, a brilliant, ambitious man, charming and persuasive, with a quick, flaring temper, who had done extraordinary things in his career. He had published major research articles on Ebola.
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