Thomas Travison, PhD
- Senior Scientist
- Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Dr. Travison is Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and Senior Scientist and Director of the Biostatistics and Data Science team at the Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research. He co-directs the Interventional Studies in Aging Center at the Marcus Institute and leads the Biostatistical Design and Analysis Core at the Boston Pepper Older Americans Independence Center. He is a biostatistician whose work has focused on the epidemiology of frailty, physical function, and the endocrinology of aging, and the development of interventions to preserve function in older adults. His data science laboratory focuses on the development and dissemination of tools facilitating rigorous and reproducible observational and interventional research. Dr. Travison leads the Marcus Institute’s data coordination and analysis activities on several multisite clinical trials, and co-directs the institute’s Interventional Studies in Aging Center. He is active in mentoring young quantitative and clinical investigators at the Marcus Institute and worldwide.