Anthony S. Fauci (AAI ’73) is globally recognized as a leading immunologist, esteemed clinician, and dedicated administrator in his positions as Chief of the Laboratory of Immunoregulation and as the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases—a position he has held since 1984. He has led research efforts in elucidating the immunopathogenesis and developing treatments for immune-mediated diseases and public health threats such as HIV-AIDS, TB, malaria, influenza, and Ebola. Most recently Dr. Fauci has been the leading voice for science during the COVID pandemic and served on the White House Coronavirus Task Force since January 2020. President George W. Bush awarded Fauci the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the United States, for his work on AIDS. In addition to numerous other awards and honors, Dr. Fauci is a Distinguished Fellow of AAI, the recipient of the AAI Lifetime Achievement Award, and was honored with the AAI Public Service Award. An advisor to seven U.S. Presidents, Dr. Fauci currently serves as the Chief Medical Advisor to President Biden.