Eric Macklin, PhD
Eric Macklin is an Instructor in Investigation at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. His research interests focus on neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental diseases with an emphasis on clinical trial design.
He is an Executive Committee member of the Parkinson Study Group and an academic advisor for the Critical Path for Parkinson’s Consortium. He was an organizing member and the lead biostatistician for the Airlie House Clinical Trials Guidelines for ALS research. He is a lead biostatistician for the Healey ALS Center Platform trial, for the phase 3 SURE-PD3 trial in Parkinson disease, and for the Autism Treatment Network. In addition to his work in neurology, he has a long and ongoing interest in evaluation of complementary and alternative medicine, serving as PI or statistician for trials of acupuncture, Tai Chi, and mind-body practices.
Dr. Macklin earned a PhD from Duke University and also holds an MS from Stanford University and an MSc from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.