HIV/AIDS: clinical epidemiology, costs, cost-effectiveness, and outcomes.; Pharmacoepidemiology; Health services; Outcomes research in HIV treatment; Epidemiology of substance abuse and alcoholism
Dr. Richard Moore is recognized for mentorship of medical students, residents, fellows, and junior faculty in HIV/AIDS Research. Winner of the David M. Levine Mentorship Awards in the General Internal Medicine Department, he is an expert in pharmacoepidemiology, clinical epidemiology, and health services research. Now serving as the Director of the Moore Clinic for HIV Care, which began in 1984, he has influenced the careers of young scholars not only in General Internal Medicine, but also in the Infectious Disease Division. His colleagues and mentees praise him for his accessibility, his patience, his scientific candor, his instinct for compelling research, his insight, and his abilities as a teacher and editor.
Dr. Moore has authored 129 original manuscripts, 24 chapters, reviews and letters. For his medical degree he attended Vanderbilt University School of Medicine where he also completed his Internship and Residency in the Department of Medicine. A fellowship, completed at Johns Hopkins University, Department of Medicine, Division of Internal Medicine, was followed by a Masters of Health Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology.