Gregory Raczniak (PhD ’04, MPhil ’99, Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, MD’04 Eastern Virginia Medical School, MPH’14, Tulane Univ.) is a US Public Health Service medical officer with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) who has just arrived in Rwanda as the President’s Malaria Initiative Resident Advisor. In 2014, Dr. Raczniak deployed twice for the Ebola response. First, he was sent to Sierra Leone to train community members for contact tracing and case investigation as well as setting up a database management system to organize information and send it to the national coordination center. The second 2-month deployment was to Liberia as an attending physician caring for health care workers infected with Ebola at the Monrovia Medical Unit. Additionally, he spent 2 months at CDC headquarters supporting the Emergency Operations Center on the Medical Care Task Force, Healthcare Responder Training Team.