DR. JUNE M. COOK
Dr. June M. Cook serves as the senior medical analyst and appellate medical authority for Air Force Active Duty, Guard, and Reserves. In this capacity, she influences policy impacting 500,000 Air Force members.
During her exceptional career, Dr. Cook has been responsible for medical operations at 46 Reserve Medical Units, served as Medical Director for seven clinics, managed seven Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine clinics, as well as two Health & Wellness Centers, and from 2012 to 2015 was appointed as acting Squadron Commander over 117 members and as Flight Surgeon for the 927th Aeromedical Squadron.
As Federal Biosurveillance Registry Coordinator for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Cook was responsible for coordinating the development of the registry with subject matter experts from the CDC, FDA, VA, DOD, USDA, DOI, FBI, ASPR, ONC, EPA, and DHS. Prior to providing family medicine and aerospace medicine care to 2,000 flyers and their dependents on McConnell Air Force Base from 2000 to 2003, she delivered primary medical care for newborn-to-geriatric patients as a member of the medical staffs at two hospitals and two nursing homes in South Bend, Indiana, from 1995 to 2000.
Dr. Cook owns two Bachelor’s degrees (Psychology & Biology) and a Medical Doctorate from Indiana University in addition to a Master’s in Tropical Public Health & Communicable Disease from the University of South Florida. She has also received board certifications in family practice, aerospace medicine, and public health & general preventive medicine. Vasayo scientific board