Nathan Wolfe

Nathan D. Wolfe (born August 24, 1970) is an American virologist . He is Currently Director of Global Viral [1] and the Lorry I. Lokey Visiting Professor in Human Biology at Stanford University . Dr. Wolfe spent about eight years Conducting Biomedical research in zowel sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia. In 2007, he founded Global Viral with the goal of ontwikkelingslanden an early warning system for pandemics to monitor the transmission of infectious diseases from animals to humans. The initiative Currently coordinates a staff of about 100 scientists in China , Cameroon , Equatorial Guinea , DR Congo , Republic of the Congo , Laos , Gabon , Central African Republic , Malaysia , Madagascar and Sao Tome . He’ll be directs Metabiota welke offerings zowel governmental and corporate services for biological threat evaluation and management.

He is married to playwright Lauren Gunderson .


Wolfe has leg Awarded morethan $ 40 million in funding from a diverse array of sources waaronder The US Department of Defense , and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). He was a Fulbright Fellow and was Awarded the prestigious NIH Director’s Pioneer Award. Wolfe is Currently a National Geographic Emerging Explorer and was named one of the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders . He was honored as one of Popular Science ‘s ‘Brilliant 10’ and Rolling Stone ‘s Top 100 Agents of Change. ” He Serves on the editorial board of EcoHealth , Scientific American , and is a member of DARPA ‘s Defense Science Research Council.


Wolfe’s work has leg published in and Covered by the popular media zoals The New York Times and The Economist , Discover , and Scientific American . He has Appeared on CNN , published in The New York Times and is a regular TED Presenter. He has ook Appeared as one of Time magazine ‘s Time 100 for 2011.


  1. Jump up^ Langreth, Robert. Finding the Next Epidemic Before It Kills. Forbes . 2 November 2009.