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Don Goldmann, MD

Chief Scientific Officer, Emeritus at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement 

Dr. Goldmann is an infectious diseases clinician and epidemiologist with more than four decades of experience along the entire translational research pathway, including lab-based vaccine development, clinical trials, observational studies, and implementation research. He is an alum of the CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service, where he helped develop a national surveillance system for healthcare-associated infections. He is Professor (Part-Time) at Harvard Medical School and Professor of Epidemiology at Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health.  As Chief Scientific Officer, Emeritus at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, he designs and evaluates rigorous programs to improve healthcare quality. Dr. Goldmann explores new ways to teach, bringing promising innovations to in-person and distance-learning. He is lead faculty for a HarvardX MOOC on Practical Improvement Science and a credit course at Harvard TH Chan on this subject. He leads the quality improvement module of an on-line Master’s Programme on global quality and safety at Imperial College, London. He founded and remains a Senior Advisor for the Harvard-Wide Pediatric Health Services Research T32 Fellowship Program. He is Co-PI for an AHRQ Pediatric Learning Health System Scholars Program. He conceptualized and delivered the Harvard General Education course on global infectious diseases and social injustice that is the foundation for a Summer School course. Dr. Goldmann aslo is Senior Advisor for the Duke Global Health Innovation Center, which investigates and guides innovations from development through implementation and scale-up. He has served on the Boards of AcademyHealth and as Chair of AHRQ’s National Advisory Council. He is passionate about equity and enjoys mentoring younger people.  
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