Curt Malloy, JD, MPH

Curt Malloy, JD, MPH


Adjunct Faculty

Building/Room: Casey 210

Curt Malloy CV (PDF)


Curt Malloy is the Chief Operating Officer at Cancer Research And Biostatistics (CRAB), where he leads data management, clinical monitoring and project management – and partners with the CRAB Officer Team in enterprise operations, business development and alliance management. Curt is a co-leader of CRAB’s Latin America Initiative, which was formed with the intention of providing clinical research training programs for clinical investigators and statisticians in Latin America and identifying clinical research opportunities.

Prior to joining CRAB, Curt was the operational leader for the Fred Hutch Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division (VIDD).  In addition to leading Seattle-based life science and health analytic operations, Curt was the President and Chair of the Board of Directors of the Hutchinson Center Research Institute South Africa, a Board Member of the Hutchinson Center Research Institute Uganda and a Board Member of the Fred Hutchinson-China Joint Venture.  Prior to the Fred Hutch, Curt served for ten years in various leadership positions at the Infectious Disease Research Institute (IDRI), ending his tenure as the Senior Vice President of Operations and General Counsel. 

Aside from teaching a course in global health in the Seattle University Masters of Public Administration

Program, Curt has previously taught at the Seattle University School of Law and the Seattle University College of Nursing. He was Chair and Vice Chair of the Washington Global Health Alliance (WGHA) and a board member at Cancer Research And Biostatistics. 

Curt completed his undergraduate studies in Chemistry and Computer Science at Pacific Lutheran University, obtained a Masters of Public Health from Columbia University School of Public Health, and earned a Juris Doctor with a focus in intellectual property from Seattle University School of Law.

Curt is fluent in Spanish and is particularly passionate about Latin America, social and health equity and planetary health.