Dr. Barry Zingman Awarded $1.6M Grant for HIV/AIDS Treatment Program
The New York State Department of Health has awarded Dr. Barry Zingman a five-year, $1.625 million grant to develop a new program to enhance linkage, retention, and viral suppression of HIV-infected persons at the Montefiore AIDS Center and the Center for Positive Living/ID Clinic.
Children With HIV More Likely to Die of Malaria
New York Times interviewed Dr. Kami Kim about her research that indicates children with HIV are more likely to develop a severe form of malaria and die.
Dr. Priya Nori on Flu Prevention
In a recent U.S. News & World Report article, Dr. Nori discusses costs associated with the flu, why the average citizen is more likely the contract the flu than other infectious diseases, flu vaccines and the antiviral Oseltamivir, and other methods (including hand hygiene) to prevent transmission of the flu virus.
ID Research Updates
Studies conducted by Dr. Yi Guo, Dr. Grace Minamoto, Dr. Marla Keller, and Dr. Kerry Murphy were recently published in leading infectious diseases journals.
Dr. Yi Guo Elected NYCSHP President
Dr. Yi Guo was recently inducted as President of the New York City Society of Health-System Pharmacists (NYCSHP).
Dr. Johanna Daily & Dr. Myles Akabas: The Malaria Mystery
Dr. Johanna Daily and Dr. Myles Akabas joined The Best Medicine Radio Show for an in-depth review of why the disease persists, the political and financial hurdles to eradication, and new treatments are on the horizon.
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