Arthur Reingold is an epidemiologist in the UC Berkeley School of Public Health Division of Epidemiology. After attending the University of Chicago for both his undergraduate and medical degrees, Reingold completed the CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service training program and a residency in preventative medicine at the CDC. He eventually joined the organization as a staff member, before moving to Berkeley, California in 1985 and formally taking a faculty position at the School of Public Health in 1987. Reingold's decades-long career has focused primarily on the prevention and control of infectious diseases, particularly those that are vaccine-preventable. In this interview, Reingold discusses his work for the CDC, his career researching and teaching for the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, his thoughts on the COVID-19 pandemic, and the School of Public Health's online education programs.