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Brian Healy, PhD
Assistant Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School
Primary Biostatistician, Partners MS Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Member, Massachusetts General Hospital Biostatistics Center

Dr. Brian C. Healy is an assistant professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School (HMS). He is the primary biostatistician for the Partners MS Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and he is a member of the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Biostatistics Center. Dr. Healy has been the instructor for many courses related to biostatistics at HMS and Harvard Chan School. He is the Director of the Harvard Catalyst Certificate in Applied Biostatistics, which is a 35-week, primarily online course that introduces medical researchers to the most commonly used techniques in the medical literature. In addition to full courses, Dr. Healy leads several short courses related to biostatistics at MGH. He has given lectures related to biostatistics for several courses including the Introduction to Clinical Investigation (ICI) and Fundamentals of Clinical and Translational Research (FaCToR) through Harvard Catalyst and the Design and Conduct of Clinical Trials at MGH. He also teaches online and on-site courses as part of the HMS-Portugal program and the Global Clinical Scholars Research Training program. Dr. Healy began his teaching career as a Teach For America corps member from 2000-2002. Dr. Healy’s research focuses on modeling the disease course in patients with multiple sclerosis.