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Joseph F. O'Neill

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University of Illinois System

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University of Illinois System

One University Plaza

Springfield, Illinois,62703

United States

Company Description

The University of Illinois ( http://www.uillinois.edu>) enrolls 70,000 students at its three campuses in Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, and Springfield. It has an annual operating budget of $3.9 billion. The university employs more than 23,000 faculty and staff an... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

APCA


Member, Health Resources and Services Administration

HIV Testing


Head of HIV and AIDS Programs

HHS


Head of the Office of AIDS

Department of Health and Human Services


President and Chief Executive Officer

The Immune Response Corporation


President and Chief Executive Officer

Orchestra Therapeutics, Inc.


Named Deputy Coordinator, Chief Medical Officer

the State Department


Head of HHS' Office

AIDS Survival Project Inc


Consultant To the Vice President for Economic Development

University of Illinois


Chief Resident for the Department of Medicine

University of Washington


Affiliations

Fyodor Biotechnologies , Inc.

Board Member


Maryland Global Initiatives Corporation

Founding Member of the Board


Johns Hopkins University

Practicing HIV and AIDS Physician, A Volunteer Member of the Faculty


University of Maryland

Teacher


Jonas Salk Legacy Foundation

BOARD OF ADVISORS Member


Switchboard

Board Member


Social & Scientific Systems Inc

Strategic Advisory Board Member


White House

Director, Faith Based Iniatives


U.S. Department of State

Deputy U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Chief Medical Officer for the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator


The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Promoting Excellence in End-of-Life Care program and

Member, Advisory Boards


Spencer Trask Ventures Inc

Board Member


NATAP

Board Member


Academy for Educational Development

Board Member


Education

School of Medicine of the University of California at San Francisco


Bachelor's degree

business administration

University of California at Berkeley


M.D.


M.P.H.


Master's degrees

public health and medical sciences

University of California at Berkeley


advanced degrees

business administration , public health , health and medical sciences

University of California at Berkeley


degree

palliative medicine

University of Cape Town


degrees

Business Administration , Public Health , Health Sciences and Medicine

Universities of California at Berkeley and San Francisco


degrees

Business Administration , Public Health , and Health and Medical Sciences

UC Berkeley


Web References(109 Total References)


African Palliative Care Association :: APCA board

www.apca.org.uk [cached]

Joe O'Neill is a board certified internist with extensive clinical, leadership and management skills.
He is currently a Professor of Medicine at the University of Maryland at Baltimore and is Director Global Health Initiatives in the offices of the President of the University and Dean of the School of Medicine. He is a founding member of the board of the Maryland Global Initiatives Corporation, a non-profit subsidiary of the University of Maryland furthering University interests around the globe. He was the only physician on the White House Domestic Policy Council during the first term of the George W. Bush administration and was intimately involved in all health related issues that reached that level of policy review. He was credited by the President as having been the "architect" of his Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief - the largest global health initiative in history (now $48 billion). Dr. O'Neill designed the plan, secured White House support for it, led the public and Congressional negotiations needed to secure its passage, conceived its implementation strategy, and executed its initial operations. He provided the leadership necessary to coordinate efforts of numerous Federal and private agencies and was instrumental in securing FDA review, for the first time, of generic pharmaceuticals used outside of the United States- thereby dampening efforts to release poor quality knock off medications to the developing world market. He has held fulfilled senior management and policy roles in the Clinton and Bush administrations including the $31 billion Health and Human Services HIV/AIDS portfolio (overseeing NIH, FDA and other relevant agencies); the Ryan White CARE Act programs; the National Organ Transplant Program and Bone Marrow Registry; the National Tele-Medicine initiative for the Department of Health and Human Services and others. Dr. O'Neill has been CEO of a publically traded biotechnology corporation and has worked closely with and advised venture and other funders on a variety of early stage endeavors. As CEO he led a reorganization, rebranding and strategic repurposing of the company, shifting from primarily an HIV vaccine agenda to one that focused on autoimmune diseases. Under his leadership the corporation designed and instigated two phase II trials and three pre-clinical investigations. As a consultant to the vice-president for economic development at the University of Illinois he led the strategic planning for a drug discovery center, mobilizing university, public and private funding. Dr. O'Neill holds degrees in Business Administration, Public Health, Health Sciences, and Medicine from the Universities of California at Berkeley and San Francisco. He completed residency and served as chief resident for the department of medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle where he was elected into the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. He serves on boards of several NGOs including the The Jonas Salk Legacy Foundation, and the Diana, Princess of Wales Fund in the U.K. He has appeared on ABC Nightline, PBS's News Hour and other venues. Dr. Joe O'Neill acted as an advisor to the Board of Directors of the African Palliative Care Association, until September 2010 when he became a Board Member.


Who We Are

www.fyodorbio.com [cached]

Dr. Joe O'Neill, MD, MPH
Director Joe O'Neill Dr. O'Neill is the Director of the University of Maryland Global Health Initiatives Program and a Visiting Professor in the School of Medicine, where he currently oversees over $100 million portfolio of projects being conducted by University teams in 25 nations around the world. He is a board certified internist with extensive clinical, leadership and management skills. He was the only physician on the White House Domestic Policy Council during the first term of the George W. Bush administration and was intimately involved in all health related issues that reached that level of policy review. He was credited by the President as having been the "architect" of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) - the largest global health initiative in history. He has held other senior management and policy roles in the Clinton and Bush administrations including the $31 billion Health and Human Services HIV/AIDS portfolio (overseeing NIH, FDA and other relevant agencies); the Ryan White CARE Act programs; the National Organ Transplant Program and Bone Marrow Registry; the National Tele-Medicine initiative for the Department of Health and Human Services, among others. Dr. O'Neill has many years of experience on the faculty of the School of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University and is currently on the faculty of the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He serves on advisory or director boards of several foundations. He is an accomplished public speaker, has edited a medical textbook, published scholarly articles, and has appeared on ABC Nightline, PBS's News Hour and other venues.


Congressional Leaders plus Bush Cabinet Secretaries & Staff

www.conservativecaucus.net [cached]

Office of National AIDS Policy - Director: Dr. Joe O'Neill , formerly Acting Director of the Office of HIV/AIDS Policy at HHS and Director of the HIV/AIDS Bureau of the Health Resources and Services Administration, the office responsible for management of the $1.9 billion Ryan White CARE Act.
Dr. O'Neill is a practicing HIV/AIDS physician and a volunteer member of the faculty of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore. As the Director of the Office of National AIDS Policy, Dr. O'Neill will work with the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of State and other federal agencies to develop and coordinate HIV/AIDS policy and programs for the Administration. "With Scott Evertz and Joe O'Neill, we have two of the best qualified people in the nation on the President's team...."


Jonas Salk Legacy Foundation | Administration

jonassalklegacyfoundation.org [cached]

Joseph F. O'Neill, MD, MPH
Director, Global Health Initiatives Professor of Medicine University of Maryland


African Palliative Care Association :: APCA board

africanpalliativecare.org [cached]

Dr O'Neill is a board certified internist with extensive clinical, leadership and management skills.
He is currently a Professor of Medicine at the University of Maryland at Baltimore and is Director Global Health Initiatives in the offices of the President of the University and Dean of the School of Medicine. He is a founding member of the board of the Maryland Global Initiatives Corporation, a non-profit subsidiary of the University of Maryland furthering University interests around the globe. He was the only physician on the White House Domestic Policy Council during the first term of the George W. Bush administration and was intimately involved in all health related issues that reached that level of policy review. He was credited by the President as having been the "architect" of his Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief - the largest global health initiative in history (now $48 billion). Dr O'Neill designed the plan, secured White House support for it, led the public and Congressional negotiations needed to secure its passage, conceived its implementation strategy, and executed its initial operations. He provided the leadership necessary to coordinate efforts of numerous Federal and private agencies and was instrumental in securing FDA review, for the first time, of generic pharmaceuticals used outside of the United States- thereby dampening efforts to release poor quality knock off medications to the developing world market. He has fulfilled senior management and policy roles in the Clinton and Bush administrations including the $31 billion Health and Human Services HIV/AIDS portfolio (overseeing NIH, FDA and other relevant agencies); the Ryan White CARE Act programs; the National Organ Transplant Program and Bone Marrow Registry; the National Tele-Medicine initiative for the Department of Health and Human Services and others. Dr O'Neill has been CEO of a publically traded biotechnology corporation and has worked closely with and advised venture and other funders on a variety of early stage endeavors. As CEO he led a reorganization, rebranding and strategic repurposing of the company, shifting from primarily an HIV vaccine agenda to one that focused on autoimmune diseases. Under his leadership the corporation designed and instigated two phase II trials and three pre-clinical investigations. As a consultant to the vice-president for economic development at the University of Illinois, he led the strategic planning for a drug discovery centre, mobilizing university, public and private funding. Dr O'Neill holds degrees in Business Administration, Public Health, Health Sciences, and Medicine from the Universities of California at Berkeley and San Francisco. He completed residency and served as chief resident for the department of medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle where he was elected into the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. He serves on boards of several NGOs including the The Jonas Salk Legacy Foundation, and the Diana, Princess of Wales Fund in the U.K. He has appeared on ABC Nightline, PBS's News Hour and other venues. Dr O'Neill acted as an advisor to the Board of Directors of the African Palliative Care Association, until September 2010 when he became a Board Member.


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