Elizabeth Halloran

Professor, Epidemiology
Professor, Biostatistics
Adjunct Professor, Applied Mathematics



BS General Science, University of Oregon, 1972
MD Medicine, Freie University of Berlin (Germany), 1983
MPH Tropical Public Health, Harvard University, 1985
DSc Population Sciences, Harvard University, 1989



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Research Interests

Developing novel designs, methods of statistical analysis, and interpretation of vaccine field studies and other interventions; causal inference

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Covariate-constrained randomization with cluster selection and substitution.
(2023 Mar 17)
Clin Trials
Crisp AM, Halloran ME, Longini IM, Vazquez-Prokopec G, Dean NE

Methods for Assessing Spillover in Network-Based Studies of HIV/AIDS Prevention among People Who Use Drugs.
(2023 Feb 15)
Pathogens 12(2):
Buchanan AL, Katenka N, Lee Y, Wu J, Pantavou K, Friedman SR, Halloran ME, Marshall BDL, Forastiere L, Nikolopoulos GK

Finding influential subjects in a network using a causal framework.
(2023 Feb 14)
Lee Y, Buchanan AL, Ogburn EL, Friedman SR, Halloran ME, Katenka NV, Wu J, Nikolopoulos GK

Estimating the impact of COVID-19 vaccine allocation inequities: a modeling study.
(2022 Nov 18)
Gozzi N, Chinazzi M, Dean NE, Longini IM, Halloran ME, Perra N, Vespignani A

Spillover benefit of pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV prevention: evaluating the importance of effect modification using an agent-based model.
(2022 Oct 28)
Epidemiol Infect 150(): e192
Buchanan AL, Park CJ, Bessey S, Goedel WC, Murray EJ, Friedman SR, Halloran ME, Katenka NV, Marshall BDL

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