David Woosley, MPH
R. David Woosley, MPH, is a clinical research scientist at AZCERT. David earned a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Vanderbilt University and a Master’s in Public Health with an emphasis on biostatistics and epidemiology from the University of Arizona. Prior to working at AZCERT, David was employed as a research assistant at the non-profit Critical Path Institute, where he analyzed data from the FDA’s adverse event reporting system and helped design and run clinical trials.
David’s work often focuses on biostatistical analysis and the generation of regression models to quantify relationships between variables. Previous research topics have included drug induced adverse events, transgenic mosquito gene expression, and the efficacy of public health intervention programs. David’s additional research interests include vector borne diseases, the human microbiome’s effect on the immune system, and environmental impacts on immune system function.
His work at AZCERT has generated multiple peer-reviewed publications. He has also given an oral presentation on his drug safety research at the annual meeting of the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics.