Jack Moye, M.D.

Medical Officer

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301 480 3882
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Jack Moye, M.D., is a pediatrician and former state public health official who has, for decades, helped promote and protect the public health at city, state, and national levels. He is currently a senior medical officer in the Maternal and Pediatric Infectious Disease Branch at NICHD and recently served as acting director and director of laboratories and repository for the National Children's Study.

Board certified and trained in pediatrics and public health and preventive medicine, Dr. Moye’s experience includes clinical and laboratory medicine and public health, with special emphasis on prevention and control of communicable and chronic diseases, including arboviral disease, sexually transmitted diseases, and HIV/AIDS. His background also includes epidemiologic surveillance, vaccine preventable disease, foodborne illness, lead poisoning, rabies, tuberculosis, public health prevention and control programs, laboratory quality assurance, biorepository management, growth and nutrition, and international research. He has extensive experience in epidemiologic studies, clinical trials, virology, and immunology research, including being an original member of team that conducted AIDS Clinical Trials Group protocol 076 (ZDV to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission), the first demonstration that antiretroviral chemoprophylaxis could prevent HIV transmission.

He has received a U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services Secretary’s Distinguished Service Award, NIH Director’s Award, and NIH Award of Merit for his work and has served on panels and task forces for the U.S. Public Health Service Surgeon General, U.S. Conference of Mayors, New England Governors’ Conference, and Massachusetts Governor’s Office. He has also consulted for several state and city departments of health, social services, corrections, and education.

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