Andrew Fiore-Gartland, PhD

Dr. Andrew Fiore-Gartland PhD

Andrew Fiore-Gartland, PhD

Senior Staff Scientist
Biostatistics, Bioinformatics and Epidemiology Program, Fred Hutch

Mail Stop: M2-C200

Dr. Fiore-Gartland is a biostatistician and computational biologist seeking to understand immune responses induced by vaccination, with the ultimate goal of identifying the specific responses that mediate protection. He has expertise in analysis of multiparameter flow cytometry, T cell receptor repertoire sequencing, and transcriptomic biomarkers. As a faculty member of the NIH HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN) and Co-Director of the Vaccine and Immunology Statistical Center (VISC) he leads a team of statisticians and data scientists that conduct collaborative quantitative research to accelerate vaccine and biomarker development for TB, HIV, COVID-19, malaria and other diseases.


University of Washington, 2010, PhD (Neurobiology and Behavior)

Harvard College, 2004, AB (Biology)

Research Interests

Tuberculosis, HIV, COVID-19 and malaria vaccine development

Immunological correlates of vaccine protection

Methods and applications of T cell receptor (TCR) repertoire analysis

Innate predictors of vaccine immunogenicity and protection

Methods for TCR and single-cell biomarker development

Modifiers of vaccine efficacy (e.g., host genetics and gut microbiome)

Current Projects

TB vaccine trials conducted by the NIH HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN)

Vaccine and Immunology Statistical Center (VISC)

Seattle Tuberculosis Research Advancement Center (SEATRAC)

Studying immunological correlates of protection for BCG and M72/AS01E TB vaccines

TCR repertoire methods development

Code repository


Teaching Interests

Mentoring for data scientist and computational biologist trainees

Programming and quantitative methods for biologists