Dr. Fox has been a member of SER for more than a decade. As a board member, he plans to foster new ways to expand the reach of the organization, which is the oldest and largest epidemiology society in North America.
“I’m looking forward to increasing the visibility of epidemiologists in a number of ways, including through social media and podcasting,” Dr. Fox says. “I’m also very interested in increasing SER’s diversity and inclusivity, and making people feel welcome.”
Dr. Fox says SER is unique in its ability to bring together a variety of epidemiologists to focus on the latest developments in the field and discuss important controversies in the field.
“It also plays a major role in supporting continuing education and creating a scientific community for epidemiologists to call home,” he says.Friday Letter Submission, Publish on August 30