I am a biostatistician trained to develop and apply statistical methodologies across disciplines to generate hypotheses, analyze data, and answer major research questions. My primary research agenda is focused on the development and evaluation of novel methodologies to better analyze, quantify, and visualize public health data across disciplines that are prone to mismeasurement, and translating those methodologies to broad applications. My primary areas of application are air pollution epidemiology, occupational health and safety interventions, and the analysis of infectious disease treatment cohorts. However, my strengths in communicating statistical concepts have led to collaborations across diverse disciplines such as spatial epidemiology, nutrition, pharmacology, criminology, physical therapy, and personal health informatics.



  • PhD, Biostatistics, Harvard University
  • BA Mathematics, Statistics, University of Florida


Affiliation with Centers/Institutes:

  • Co-Director, Biostatistics Service Center
  • Co-Investigator for PROTECT/CRECE/ECHO-PRO and the Harvard Center for Work, Health, and Well-being



  • Foundations of Biostatistics
  • Biostatistics


Selected Honors & Awards:

  • 2015 Kenerson Faculty Scholar


Selected Recent Publications:

  • Eum KD, Suh HH, Pun V, & Manjourides J. (2018). Adjusting for long-term trends in incidence rates of all-cause mortality associated with annual PM5 exposure: An analysis of 20 million Medicare beneficiaries. Environmental Epidemiology, 2(2), e009.
  • Manjourides J., Sparer EH*, Okechukwu CA, & Dennerlein JT. (2018). The effect of workforce mobility on intervention effectiveness estimates. Annals of Work Exposures and Health, 62 (3), 269-280.
  • Shen JG, Brooks MB*, Cincotta J+, and Manjourides J. (in press). Establishing a relationship between the effect of caffeine and duration of an athletic event: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport.




Personal Website: https://justinmanjourides.github.io.