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Fellow, Truman National Security Project
Jean-Paul Chretien is an active duty Navy medical officer working at the intersection of global health and national security. He coordinated the overseas programs of the Department of Defense Global Emerging Infections Surveillance and Response System (DOD-GEIS) from 2004-2008, and currently is a Fellow in the Division of Health Sciences Informatics at Johns Hopkins Medical School. His research aims to develop predictive models for transnational epidemics and to support public health decision-making before and during epidemics. Jean-Paul graduated from the US Naval Academy (BS, Political Science), and received an MD from Johns Hopkins Medical School and PhD (Epidemiology) and MHS (Biostatistics) from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He is a Term Member in the Council on Foreign Relations.