Charles R. Horsburgh, Jr., MD
Professor, Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Medicine
Boston University School of Medicine
Dr. Horsburgh is Professor of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Medicine at the Boston University. He has been a TB clinician and clinical researcher for 25 years. He began his career at the National Jewish Center in Denver, worked at CDC in the divisions of HIV/AIDS and TB Elimination and directed the Mycobacterial Clinical Center at Emory University. He was the founding Steering Committee Chairman of the CDC’s Tuberculosis Trials Consortium and also served as Chairman of the Steering Committee of the CDC’s Epidemiologic Studies Consortium. He is currently a member of the ACTG Tuberculosis Transformative Science Group and Chairman of the Steering Committee of Research Excellence to Stop TB Resistance (RESIST-TB), an international organization advocating for improved access to better treatment for patients with MDR-TB. He has written over 170 articles on tuberculosis and related infections.