Dr. Memoli is a graduate of the College of William and Mary and he received his master's degree in microbiology from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. He then received his medical degree from St George's University School of Medicine. He completed a residency in internal medicine at the Washington Hospital Center Georgetown University Internal Medicine Program in Washington, DC. After completing an infectious disease fellowship in NIAID at the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Memoli developed a clinical/translational research program to study influenza and other respiratory viruses in the Laboratory of Infectious Diseases. He now serves as the Director of the LID Clinical Studies Unit (CSU) that seeks to perform translational research studies to answer fundamental questions regarding human influenza, respiratory viruses, and other emerging viral infections to inform and impact future vaccine and therapeutic design, while also making an effort to assist in evaluation of novel products that may impact human health. With a focus on healthy volunteer research, the LID CSU has been able to continue their primary work on influenza while quickly able to respond to assist in research of emerging infections. Dr. Memoli is considered a leading expert in healthy volunteer challenge trials, respiratory virus infections, and influenza vaccines. In addition, in recent years Dr. Memoli's LID CSU has been heavily involved in the NIH response to emerging threats including the 2009 Influenza Pandemic, Zika, EBOLA, and COVID19.