Mark S. Riddle

Professor, M.D., Dr.P.H.

Department of Preventive Medicine and Biostatistics
F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine
(“America’s Medical School”)
Uniformed Services University
4301 Jones Bridge Rd

Dr. Riddle is a Captain in the United States Navy, boarded in General Public Health & Preventive Medicine and has a Doctorate of Public Health. He worked over 15 years in applied clinical research and epidemiology ranging from pre-clinical to clinical vaccine and drug development to vaccine health economics, mainly in enteric infection. While primarily working in a US Department of Defense (DoD) interdisciplinary research setting, he has also lived and worked overseas, and actively collaborates with academia, industry and philanthropies. He currently directs the US DoD program to develop vaccines against ETEC, Shigella and Campylobacter and is leading international and DoD efforts on guidelines for Travelers’ Diarrhea management. Additional research includes defining the burden of chronic sequelae of acute infections through epidemiology and systems biology. He is co-author of over 130 papers, several book chapters, and Editor-in-Chief of Tropical Diseases, Travel Medicine and Vaccines.