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US Presidential Adviser and Immunologist, Anthony Fauci, Resigns

Washington The famous scientist headed the National Institute of Infectious Diseases for 38 years and worked under seven US presidents. He has been considered one of the leading infectious disease experts in the United States for decades. He’s well known far from American science and frontier circles – there have even been fan articles from him and Fauci’s minifigures for purchase.

In the politically charged debate over the coronavirus pandemic, Fauci has also been the target of criticism and hostility on a regular basis. His relationship with former President Donald Trump was difficult – Trump described Fauci, among other things, as a “nice guy”, but he made many mistakes. It is also assumed that because of his popularity with many Americans and his reputation as the “voice of reason,” he did not rule out the expert.

Biden credited his adviser as a civil servant who helped guide the country with “wisdom and insight” through some of the most serious and difficult public health crises. “I know that no matter what he does next, the American people and the world at large will continue to benefit from Dr. Fauci’s expertise.”

Fauci belongs to a family of pharmacists. He was born in 1940 in Brooklyn, New York. As a young boy, he would deliver medication orders by bicycle. In 1966 he graduated from the prestigious Cornell University Medical School at the helm of his class. He initially worked as an intern before transferring to the National Institutes of Health, where he was one of the first to begin HIV research. The father of three has headed the National Institute of Infectious Diseases since 1994.

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