Christopher Murray

Professor, Health Metrics Sciences
Adjunct Professor, Global Health
Chair, Health Metrics Sciences
Adjunct Professor, Health Systems and Population Health

Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
Box
2301 5th Avenue, Suite 600
Seattle, WA 98121-

206-897-2815
cjlm@uw.edu

Research Interests

Health metrics and evaluation; mortality analysis and causes of death; life expectancy; health disparities; burden of disease assessment; coronavirus; Covid-19; emerging diseases; epidemics; pandemics; disease outbreaks

Global Health Biography

Education

MD Medicine (MD), Harvard University, 1991

DPhil International Health Economics, International Studies, Oxford University (UK), 1987

BA Biology, Harvard University, 1984

In the News

Researchers Testing COVID-19 Antiviral Drug
MuckRack, 05/19/2022

The lucky few to never get coronavirus could teach us more about it
Washington Post, 05/08/2022

Over 1.2 mln people died from drug-resistant infections in 2019 - study
Reuters, 01/20/2022

Analysis: Country by country, scientists eye beginning of an end to the COVID-19 pandemic
Reuters, 11/04/2021

Why are so many Americans dying young?
The Atlantic, 12/13/2016

Here's where America ranks among the world's healthiest countries
Fortune, 09/22/2016

New map finds 2 billion people at risk of Zika virus
eLife Sciences, 05/03/2016

The surprising role of Netflix in global health
watsi blog, 03/03/2016

Disparity in life spans of the rich and the poor is growing
New York Times, 02/18/2016

Putting public health on the map
Business World, 11/02/2015