Jack Moye, Jr., MD is a pediatrician and former state public health laboratory official who joined the National Children's Study Program Office to serve as Senior Scientist and Director of Repository and Laboratories. He came to the National Children's Study from within the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, where from 1991–2007 he was a member of the Pediatric, Adolescent, and Maternal AIDS Branch in the Center for Research for Mothers and Children. There his areas of responsibility included laboratory quality assurance, biospecimen repository management, virology and immunology research, epidemiologic cohort studies and clinical trials, growth and nutrition, and international research initiatives. His background is in clinical and laboratory medicine and in preventive medicine and public health, with emphasis on prevention and control of communicable and chronic diseases, including sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS. He is a member of the research team that conducted AIDS Clinical Trials Group protocol 076 (ZDV to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission) and has been a member of panels and task forces for the U.S. Public Health Service Surgeon General, the U.S. Conference of Mayors, the New England Governors Conference, and the Massachusetts Governor, and a consultant to state and city departments of health, social services, corrections, youth services, and education.