Prof. Dr. Aileen M. Marty

Prof. Dr. Marty has a quarter century of experience as a Physician, Scientist, Professor of Emerging Infections, Anatomic and Clinical Pathologist, and National Security Advisor. She is a Senior Marketer, Federal Officer -Commander (Ret), in on the UN roster as United Nations Weapons Inspector. Dr. Marty has served various times as Department Head and Director of programs. She has led and established many interagency teams and programs. Dr. Marty is a highly qualified physician with extensive skill as an executive level manager/specialist/ and educator in Emergency Medical Services, disaster preparedness and response, antiterrorism operations, and consequence management of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) incidents. Dr. Marty has both an in-depth and a broad range of interagency experience. She is an award-wining, distinguished graduate of the War College with a clear appreciation of the need for transformation required to enhance success in the defense of the homeland. Her broad understanding of the Federal Government is comprehensive as is her knowledge of international and interagency relations. In her work at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, the Uniformed Services University , the Department of Homeland Security she created, chaired, and organized multiple interagency meetings, workshops, courses, conferences, and committees. Dr. Marty helped coordinate work between the Department of Defense, Health and Human Services, and Homeland Security. She developed interagency training programs involving the US Department of Agriculture and the Department of Homeland Security. Dr. Marty has worked on White House Committees, Congressional Conferences, served on Blue Ribbon Committees, and has been a delegate to the World Health Association. She has worked on numerous research teams, inspections and quality assurance teams, medical teams, national and international scientific and policy advisory committees; responded to emergencies, and provided consultation on a wide range of health issues such those involving threat agents, travel medicine, and distance learning programs. In 2001, the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) designated her “Subject Mater Expert on Weapons of Mass Destruction” and used her experience and expertise to help develop plans and programs, and to coordinate with NATO allies. She has a reputation for in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience in all aspects of biological agent research, clinical medicine, travel, and tropical medicine, and has earned a worldwide reputation for providing and producing excellent scientific data and innovative research. Her quarter century experience in the practice, training, and research of tropical medicine, infectious disease, and pathology has led to her having published over 90 books and peer-reviewed journal articles.