Dr. Daniel B. Fagbuyi
ER Physician, Biodefense Expert, Chief Medical Officer, War Veteran, Asst. Professor and Media Expert
Dr. Daniel B. Fagbuyi, known as “Dr. Dan” by his patients, is a distinguished ER Physician, Biodefense Expert, Chief Medical Officer, War Veteran, Asst. Professor and Media Expert, providing strategic leadership in public health literacy, biodefense, disaster preparedness, emergency management, and business continuity of operations both nationally and internationally. He served as Medical Director for Disaster Preparedness at Children’s National Health System. He was Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at The George Washington Univ. School of Medicine where he earned his M.D. at the age of 25.
Dr. Fagbuyi is board certified and one of the first and youngest African Americans appointed by the US Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius (Obama Administration) to the National Biodefense Science Board to provide expert advice and guidance on complex issues of preventing, preparing for, and responding to adverse health effects of public health emergencies. He served as Special Medical Advisor to the FDA Offices of the Commissioner, Pediatric Therapeutics, Counterterrorism & Emerging Threats, on medical countermeasures and drug approvals.