Matthew J. Arduino, MS, DrPh

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1600 Clifton Road
Atlanta GAUSA

Biographical Sketch:
Dr. Arduino graduated in 1979 from the from the College of Mount Saint Vincent with a B.S. in Biology, In 1981 he received an M.S. in Microbiology from New York Medical College, and a Dr.P.H. in Parasitology and Laboratory Practice from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1989. He is currently the Chief of the Clinical and Environmental Microbiology Branch in the Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion. Dr. Arduino's interest includes the role of the environment in disease transmission. He is known internationally for his work in the field of Nephrology for his contributions to understanding and controlling and preventing dialysis-associated diseases. His other interests include disinfection, sterilization, environmental infection control, and water quality issues. He has authored and co-authored of 134 articles and 8 book chapters.