Lawrence H. Moulton, PhD, Co-Director of Biostatistics, is a biostatistician who focuses on issues of vaccine safety and effectiveness. He has made applied and theoretical contributions to the design and analysis of Phase II, III, and IV vaccine investigations. Dr. Moulton’s areas of expertise include statistical epidemiology and cluster randomized trials.
He has served as a consultant to the FDA, CDC, PAHO, and WHO on issues of vaccine evaluation, and has received substantial National Institutes of Health funding for statistical research on vaccine evaluation. He has been the principal statistician on many large vaccine, HIV, and nutritional intervention trials. Dr. Moulton is a professor in the Department of International Health with a joint appointment in the Department of Biostatistics at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.