Lisa Jackson

Research Professor, Epidemiology
Adjunct Research Professor, Medicine - Allergy and Infectious Dis.

1730 Minor Avenue
Box 358085

Seattle, WA 98101-


Research Interests

Dr. Jackson's research interests focus on the epidemiology of infectious diseases. Principal areas of interest include evaluations of vaccine safety, vaccine efficacy and the epidemiology of vaccine preventable diseases.


MD Internal Medicine, University of Virginia, 1988

MPH Epidemiology, University of Washington, 1996

In the News

Bird-flu vaccine needs a boost, Seattle researchers find
Seattle Times, 07/21/2015

NIH expands nationwide network of Vaccine and Treatment, 09/26/2013

Less reaction to DTaP vaccine given in kids' thighs than arms
Eurekalert, 01/16/2013

Less Reaction to Vaccines When Given in Children's Thighs
Pediatrics, 01/14/2013

Does the Vaccine Matter?
The Atlantic, 10/22/2009

New Application Aims to Detect Flu Outbreaks Faster
ABC News, 09/04/2009

Volunteers swarm for shot at swine flu vaccine
MSNBC, 07/29/2009

Seattle volunteers sought to test swine-flu vaccine
Seattle Times, 07/23/2009

Doubts Grow Over Flu Vaccine in Elderly
The New York Times, 09/02/2008

Flu vaccination may not help elderly, study says
Seattle PI, 08/01/2008