Amber Bickford Cox is a Research Associate with the Centers for Immunization Research (CIR). She is the co-instructor of JHSPH Clinical Vaccine Trials and Good Clinical Practices (GCP) course offered through the CIR and co-instructor for the JHSPH Vaccine Science and Policy Certificate and Special Topics in Vaccine Science Seminar. She has served as a Clinical Coordinator, Clinical Monitor and QA/QC Specialist. She also served as the Project Coordinator for the Clinical Vaccine Trials Training Program providing novel ICH GCP training workshops in the US, Africa, Asia and Europe.
<br>After studying African History in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, Amber graduated from Smith College with a Bachelors degree in African History in 2000. Amber received a Master of Public Health in 2004 from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine with a concentration in International Health and Development/Complex Emergency Situations. Amber worked in South Africa in 2002 with the US Peace Corps designing and implementing trainings with local non-governmental organizations to reduce HIV transmission. Ms. Cox is a Certified Clinical Research coordinator (CCRC) through the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP)