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NCI/HIV HIV Dynamics and Replication Program

Mary Kearney, PhD, is deputy director of the HIV Dynamics and Replication Program the NIH Cancer Institute. Dr. Kearney conducts research on the emergence of HIV drug resistance, the persistence of HIV during antiretroviral treatment (ART), and the sources of rebound viremia after stopping ART. Her studies have demonstrated that a diverse population of HIV-infected … Read more

Solid Organ Transplantation in People With HIV

Elizabeth (Eli) Arant, MD, is a Clinical Assistant Professor within the transplant infectious diseases group here at UNC Chapel Hill. She completed her residency and chief residency in internal medicine at the University of Virginia and her general infectious diseases and transplant ID fellowships at UNC Chapel Hill. She also received her masters of clinical … Read more

Presentations by ID Path T-32 Fellows

Presentations by ID Path T-32 Fellows: Drs. Thomas Holowka, Martin Hsu, Allaura Cone and Farhang Aghakhanian. Allaura Cone, PhD Title: CD81 Fusion Alters SARS-CoV-2 Spike Trafficking Bio: Allure Cone received a bachelor's in biology in 2016 from Florida State University. She then pursued a PhD in Biomedical Sciences at the School of Medicine at FSU … Read more

Using Antibodies to Understand Polygenic Susceptibility to Infection and HLA

Alexander J. Mentzer, DPhil, FRCPath, MRCP, MSc, is a Scientific Principal Investigator at the Centre for Human Genetics in the University of Oxford, and a Consultant Physician specializing in Infectious Disease, Microbiology and Acute General Medicine. His research focus is on the understanding of human genetic variation and its impact on susceptibility and outcomes with infectious … Read more

ID Week 2024

ID Week 2024 will take place in Los Angeles, California, Oct. 16-20.

Yonatan Grad, MD, PhD

Yonatan H. Grad, MD, PhD, is the Melvin J. and Geraldine L. Glimcher Associate Professor of Immunology and Infectious Diseases at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Dr. Grad’s work uses interdisciplinary methods, including basic microbiology, mathematical modeling, and epidemiology, to study how pathogens evolve and spread through populations, with publications in Science, … Read more