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)

Modeling the impacts of clinical influenza testing on influenza vaccine effectiveness estimates.
(2021 May 20)
J Infect Dis
Feldstein LR, Ferdinands JM, Self WH, Randolph AG, Aboodi M, Baughman AH, Brown SM, Exline MC, Files DC, Gibbs K, Ginde AA, Gong MN, Grijalva CG, Halasa N, Khan A, Lindsell CJ, Newhams M, Peltan ID, Prekker ME, Rice TW, Shapiro NI, Steingrub J, Talbot HK, Halloran ME, Patel M

Comment on AIDS and COVID-19: A tale of two pandemics and the role of statisticians.
(2021 May 20)
Stat Med 40(11): 2524-2525
Halloran ME

Estimating population-level effects of the acellular pertussis vaccine using routinely collected immunization data.
(2021 Apr 21)
Clin Infect Dis
Rane MS, Halloran ME

Cryptic transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and the first COVID-19 wave in Europe and the United States.
(2021 Mar 26)
Davis JT, Chinazzi M, Perra N, Mu K, Piontti APY, Ajelli M, Dean NE, Gioannini C, Litvinova M, Merler S, Rossi L, Sun K, Xiong X, Halloran ME, Longini IM, Viboud C, Vespignani A

Inverse probability weighted estimators of vaccine effects accommodating partial interference and censoring.
(2021 Mar 25)
Chakladar S, Rosin S, Hudgens MG, Halloran ME, Clemens JD, Ali M, Emch ME

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