Lynda Stuart

Lynda Stuart

Deputy Director, Vaccines & Human Immunology

Lynda Stuart leads the team that aims to source novel approaches and accelerate the discovery, development, and translation of new passive and active immunization strategies for foundation priority diseases.

Prior to joining the foundation in 2016, Lynda was a member of the faculty at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School where she was co-director of the Laboratory of Developmental Immunology; a member of the Center for Computational and Integrative Biology, an affiliate of the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT; and served on the Massachusetts General Hospital Executive Committee for Research. She remains actively involved in basic research.

Lynda earned an M.D. from the University of Cambridge and the University of London and a Ph.D. from the University of Edinburgh. She completed residency training in Internal Medicine in the United Kingdom.

See articles by Lynda Stuart

Collaboration is the key to translating promising global health research into real-world solutions.

The Collaboratory: How sharing tools and technologies can shorten the timeline for global health R&D

Collaboration is the key to translating promising global health research into real-world solutions.
By Lynda Stuart Deputy Director, Vaccines & Human Immunology, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
mRNA researcher taking notes in lab setting

Assessing the news about COVID-19 vaccines: A Q&A with Dr. Lynda Stuart

The world is closer than ever to having safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines. Dr. Lynda Stuart shares her thoughts on the news surrounding Pfizer and Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine candidates and what they mean for the development and delivery of COVID-19 vaccines going forward.
By Lynda Stuart Deputy Director, Vaccines & Human Immunology, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

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