Gerald Moose Stacy

Gerald Moose Stacy is the Administrative Director of the ITM, where he executes its many projects and manages its staff and faculty leaders across all six ITM institutes.

Prior to joining the ITM team, he spent almost a decade managing the third largest National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) program in the country at Johns Hopkins University’s Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) in Baltimore, Maryland.

Gerry contributed to building the ICTR into a $17 million per year grant in less than a decade, where what started out as a team of three evolved into a staff of nearly 30 and a community of more than 300 faculty members who received salary support.

In addition to his extensive CTSA expertise, Gerry is also known for his legendary, award-winning pies and for his more than 12 years of experience singing in choirs at the Washington National Cathedral, where he sang for many high-profile events including the funerals of Presidents Ronald Reagan and Gerald R. Ford.