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Infectious Disease Research

Major research programs in the Division of Infectious Diseases & HIV Medicine focus on basic and translational research in antimicrobial resistance, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis. The research involves biochemistry, immunology, microbiology and human genetics in the context of epidemiological and observational studies as well as clinical trials in these three focus areas. The Division has long-standing international research activities in TB and HIV/AIDS with Uganda. In addition to their individual research programs, infectious diseases faculty are involved with or lead major infectious diseases programs including:

In addition, while not based in the department, the following centers have Infectious Diseases faculty leadership and participation:

Offering Access to Infectious Disease Clinical Trials

mRNA vaccine against Influenza

Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of Modified RNA Vaccine Against Influenza


Immunologic Study of Response to Influenza and COVID-19 Virus Infection and Vaccination