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Dr. Joseph Fair Bio-Wiki, Age, MSNBC, Education And

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 DrJoseph Fair Biography

Dr. Joseph Fair is an American virologist, virus hunter and epidemiologist by training, and he serves as the Vice President and Director of Research and Development for Metabiota, Inc. He is currently an MSNBC science contributor.

The American virus hunter received his bachelor’s degree in Biology from Loyola University and his Ph.D. and M.P.H. degrees from Tulane University, where he co-developed a novel recombinant diagnostic platform for Lassa fever. Loyola University (LUC) is an American private Catholic research university located in Chicago, Illinois. It has professional schools which include medicine, nursing, and health sciences.

He grew up in one of the poorest regions of the United States—Appalachia in a lower-middle-income family. After doing our research, details about his parents are not available and it is also not known if he has any siblings.

DrJoseph Fair Age

Born in the USA details regarding where and when he was born are still under investigation we will update when accurate information is available.

DrJoseph Fair Height

He currently stands at a fair height and has a fair body weight to match his height.

DrJoseph Fair Education

The American virus hunter received his bachelor’s degree in Biology from Loyola University and his Ph.D. and M.P.H. degrees from Tulane University, where he co-developed a novel recombinant diagnostic platform for Lassa fever. Loyola University (LUC) is an American private Catholic research university located in Chicago, Illinois. It has professional schools which include medicine, nursing, and health sciences.

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DrJoseph Fair Wife|Married

Little is known about Dr. Joseph and his personal life it is not known is he is married or has any children as of early 2020.

DrJoseph Fair Career

Shortly after his graduation from Loyola, he attended a life-changing seminar by Preston Marx, a true virus hunter and someone with whom he is still close today. Preston’s research focused on finding novel simian immunodeficiency viruses in their reservoir hosts in Central and West Africa.

Joseph wrote to Preston directly and asked if he would be willing to send a recently graduated bachelor’s degree-level microbiologist to Africa for a couple of years to follow his dream of hunting these bugs where they originated. His acceptance of Joseph’s proposal changed his life completely. Fair had only ever traveled to Mexico prior to leaving, but for the next 2 years, he worked as a liaison and laboratory technician for Preston and the Pasteur Institutes in France and Cameroon, and its equivalent in Gabon (called CIRMF). Fair was highly fortunate for some of that time to work for Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, Nobel laureate and co-discoverer of HIV.

With unbridled passion and dedication, he would often end up working in the lab on Sundays, which is not common in France. The only other person there on those days was FBS herself, which gave a 1-on-1 personal and professional time that people would fight to get during the week. That greatly influenced his career and philosophy.

From Paris, he went onto work in Cameroon and in Gabon. In the latter, just as he was getting ready to leave, an outbreak of Ebola occurred in 2001 and that is where he met the great CJ Peters or JCP. CJP is, for Fair, the virus hunter of our times and he still tries to emulate his life and career. It was also at this time that he met another very famous virus hunter and co-discoverer of Ebola, Professor Muyembe. He was famous even then and was impressed to meet a very young American on the ground who spoke fluent French.

DrJoseph Fair MSNBC

Currently, Joseph is a medical contributor for MSNBC and currently discusses issues regarding Coronavirus. He also answers some of the questions asked by viewers.

DrJoseph Fair Networth

Fair Has an estimated networth of six figures or more judging from his very successful medical career.

DrJoseph Fair Coronavirus

Joseph Fair, a virologist, and infectious disease specialist talks with Rachel Maddow about concerns for the health of medical professionals and others who may have come into contact with newly diagnosed coronavirus patients.

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