ICF Names Former CDC Exec Lewis Berman to Grow Public Health Leadership

ICF International has appointed Lewis Berman, formerly deputy director of a Centers for Disease Control survey, a vice president for the company’s health area.

The company said it appointed him to grow its expertise in public health, data capture, epidemiologic health study and operations and survey research.

At CDC, he helped carry out the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey through the agency’s National Center for Health Statistics.

He was also responsible for international, state and local community health survey consultations and led research into dried blood spot collection, home health examinations and specimen collection.

The company says he brings experience in health research from U.S. federal and private settings, large public health organizations, private industry and academia.

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