President, National Academy of Medicine
Victor Dzau is president of the National Academy of Medicine and vice chair of the National Research Council. At the National Academies, he has led initiatives such as the Commission on a Global Health Risk Framework for the Future and the Human Gene Editing Initiative. Dzau was previously chancellor for health affairs and president and CEO of Duke University Medical Center, the Hersey Professor and chair of medicine at Harvard Medical School, and chair of medicine at Stanford University. He is a board member of Singapore Health Services, former advisory committee member to the director of the National Institutes of Health, and chaired NIH’s Cardiovascular Disease Advisory Committee. Dzau is a member of the Aspen Health Strategy Group.