Adjunct Professor of Biostatistics
Professor of Health Services Administration and Population Health, Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies
Evaluation core director, Harvard School of Public Health Center for Public Health Preparedness
An epidemiologist, statistician, and health policy analyst, Dr. Stoto’s research includes methodological topics in epidemiology, statistics, and demography, research synthesis/meta-analysis, community health assessment, risk analysis and communication, and performance measurement, as well as substantive topics in public health practice, especially with regard to preparedness; the evaluation of public health interventions, and infectious disease policy, and ethical issues in research and public health practice. Dr. Stoto has worked with the District of Columbia Department of Health to evaluate its hospital emergency room syndromic surveillance system, and has published extensively in related areas. He is currently leading the evaluation team for the DC Healthcare Coalition Emergency Management Partnership grant.
Ph.D., 1979, Harvard University
A.B., 1975, Princeton University