Amber Bickford Cox, MPH, CCRC

Research Associate, Center for Immunization Research


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. 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)