Dr. Dudley is an Epidemiologist at the Institute for Vaccine Safety and an Associate in the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH). He received a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Emory University in 2009, followed by an MSPH in 2014 and PhD in 2018 in JHSPH’s Global Disease Epidemiology and Control program including a certificate in Vaccine Science and Policy, and was accepted into the Alpha Chapter of the Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society in 2014. Dr. Dudley recently published a book entitled The Clinician’s Vaccine Safety Resource Guide: Optimizing Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases Across the Lifespan, which is available online at https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319946931. He has also published manuscripts in academic journals on topics ranging from hospital infection control of drug resistant tuberculosis to vaccine safety, hesitancy and uptake. Dr. Dudley has worked as a project coordinator for several research studies exploring topics ranging from norovirus transmission in peri-urban settlements in Peru to multi-level interventions to increase vaccine confidence and informed decision making among obstetric patients. He has also served as a consultant for organizations such as the World Health Organization and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations.