Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service

Scientist Professional Advisory Committee

The Scientist Officer Newsletter

The Scientist Officer newsletter is a periodic publication highlighting the activities and accolades of Scientist Officers in their respective roles and agencies. Since its inception in 2009, The Scientist Officer newsletter has continued to gain renown for both its aesthetically fresh design and its timely updates on issues and activities relevant to Scientist Officers. The newsletter has set the standard for other categories to follow in representing the very best of its category.

Editor-in-Chief: LCDR Kelly Shaw 
Associate Editor-in-Chief: CDR David Huang
Copy Editors: CDR NaTasha Hollis, LCDR Hilda Razzaghi
Layout Editor: LCDR Megan Peck
Associate Layout Editors: LCDR Adelaida Rosario; LCDR Gina Masessa 

Editorial Board: LCDR Michelle Lin, LCDR Oliver OuLCDR Shiny Mathew, LCDR Francis Annor, LT Brett Dodd

To submit an article or an idea for an article, please email:

Current Issue

               Volume 15, Issue 2, Winter/Spring 2022

Archived Issues

               Volume 15 Issue 1, Fall 2021

               Volume 14 Issue 4, Summer 2021

               Volume 14 Issue 3, Spring 2021

               Volume 14 Issue 2, Winter 2021

               Volume 14 Issue 1, Fall 2020

               Volume 13 Issue 4, Summer 2020

Volume 13 Issue 3, Spring 2020

Volume 13 Issue 2, Winter 2020

Volume 13 Issue 1, December 2019

Volume 12 Issue 3, August 2019

Volume 12 Issue 2, June 2019

Volume 12 Issue 1, January 2019

Volume 11 Issue 3, August 2018

Volume 11 Issue 2, March 2018

Volume 11 Issue 1, December 2017

Volume 10 Issue 2, July 2017

Volume 10 Issue 1, January 2017

Volume 9 Issue 2, September 2016

Volume 9 Issue 1, June 2016

Volume 8 Issue 1, May 2015

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