We’re DisasterDoc LLC, an international firm located in the greater Atlanta, Georgia area. We specialize in consultation, education and research related to public health emergencies.
We empower global leaders
to better understand disasters
in order to prevent public health
What we can help you achieve
How to better understand disasters so you can protect yourself, your family and the communities you serve.
- Local, state, and national governments
- Not-for-profits and non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
- Schools, colleges, and universities
- Hospitals and healthcare agencies
- Emergency managers
- Business continuity professionals
- The C-suite
- Corporate sponsors
- Henry Jackson Foundation
- Secretary’s Award for Distinguished Service
- CDC Special Service Award
- United Nations Sasakawa Certificate of Merit
- USA Today
- Chicago Tribune
- LA Times
- Washington Post
- The Lancet
- Scientific American
Mark Keim, MD
Dr. Keim is the CEO of DisasterDoc LLC, an international firm specializing in consultation, education and research related to public health emergencies.
He is also an adjunct Professor at Emory Rollins School of Public Health; and Faculty at BIDMC Harvard Medical School, Disaster Medicine Fellowship.
Mark is residency-trained in Emergency Medicine and fellowship-trained in Disaster Medicine . He recently earned an MBA degree in 2014.
Mark is retired from a career at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), where he served as Associate Director for Science. He served on the White House Subcommittee for Disaster Reduction from 2006-2015.
He was twice commended by the US Secretary of Health with the “Secretary’s Award for Distinguished Service” as CDC’s incident manager for both the Anthrax letter emergency and Hurricane Katrina. He also received the CDC Special Service Award for leading field response after the Indonesia tsunami.
Dr Keim authored a sentinel study documenting the health effects of climate change as early as 2007. He served as an editor for the 2012 UN IPCC Special Report on Exposures. He was also a contributing author for the 2016 U.S. GCRP Climate and Health Assessment. In 2016, he spoke at former VP Al Gore’s Climate and Health Summit. In 2019, he became a Climate Reality Leader.
In 2015, he received the prestigious United Nations Sasakawa Certificate of Merit recognizing his global impact on Disaster Risk Reduction as one individual. He also continues to assist frontline communities in Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands to prevent future hurricane deaths.
Dr. Keim is the author of 52 journal publications and 23 book chapters. He has served as a peer review consultant for 21 scientific journals and on the editorial board of 2 scientific journals. His press interviews have appeared on CNN, PBS, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, LA Times, Washington Post, The Lancet and Scientific American.
DisasterDoc educates to help prevent public health emergencies
Alex Lovallo is a Junior Analyst for DisasterDoc, an international consulting firm specializing in research and education. His responsibilities include business administration, health marketing, data management, and research related to public health emergencies.
Alex earned a BS degree at Florida State University School of Human Sciences in 2015. In 2018, he completed a Disaster Research Rotation at the Uniformed Services University. He is also a member of the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM).
Alex has worked to grow public health initiatives worldwide, including disaster risk reduction and emergency preparedness projects in:
- Puerto Rico
- US Virgin Islands
- 18 nations in the Asia Pacific Region
He also works as a data analyst and as the co-author of original disaster research
Alex leads DisasterDoc’s adult learning program and coordinates all of DisasterDoc’s social media presence.