Elizabeth Brown, Sc.D.

Elizabeth Brown Sc.D.
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Elizabeth Brown, Sc.D.

Member
Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division, Fred Hutch

Member
Public Health Sciences Division, Fred Hutch

Fax: 206.667.4812
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Dr. Elizabeth Brown is a biostatistician engaged in the design and analysis of clinical trials for HIV prevention. She is the principal investigator for the Statistical and Data Management Center of the Microbicide Trials Network, which carries out clinical research on products that may prevent the sexual transmission of HIV. She also conducts research on statistical methods to study the relationship between HIV and cardiovascular disease, as both the AIDS virus and antiretroviral therapy can increase the risk of it. Her statistical research is also employed in the study of mechanisms of tuberculosis latency and reactivation.

Teaching and Mentoring Interests

Regression methods and biostatistical computing

Mentoring R.A.s and supervising Ph.D. dissertations

Other Appointments & Affiliations

Research Professor, Biostatistics
University of Washington

Graduate Faculty, Biostatistics
University of Washington

P.I., Statistical and Data Management Center
Microbicide Trials Network

Education

Harvard University, 2002, Sc.D. (Biostatistics)

University of Colorado, 1998, M.S. (Biometrics)

University of Virginia, 1994, B.S. (Mechanical Engineering)

Research Interests

Design and analysis of trials for HIV prevention

Joint models for longitudinal and survival data

Statistical methods in HIV/AIDS and cardiovascular research

Current Projects

Microbicide Trials Network

Coordinating Center for Systems Biology Approach to the Mechanisms of Tuberculosis Latency and Reactivation

CVD and Metabolic Complications of HIV/AIDS Data Coordinating Center

International Maternal Pediatric Adolescent AIDS Clinical Trials

Statistical Issues in AIDS Research

Find a Clinical Trial

For the Media

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