Tyler B. Evans, MD, MS, MPH, AAHIVS, DTM&H, FIDSA
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Dr. Tyler Evans is an experienced and passionate infectious disease and public health expert who has been on the front lines of major disease outbreaks (including two Ebola outbreaks) around the globe. Outside the U.S., he has mostly worked in sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, and the Middle East. He is a tireless champion for medical humanitarianism and health equity, working with special populations across the world – including migrants (specifically refugees, asylees and victims of human trafficking), the LGBTQ (with a special focus on transgender populations), people experiencing homelessness, people struggling with substance use, and Native Americans. Dr. Evans was also the first Chief Medical Officer for New York City - leading the Office of Emergency Management’s (OEM) COVID-19 medical response. He is currently the medical director for Health Care for the Homeless in Alameda County (including Oakland, CA) and has adjunct faculty appointments at University of Southern California (USC) and University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).
"Knowing is not enough…we must apply. Willing is not enough…we must do..."