Honors & News
August 29, 2014
I am a virologist, and have spent my professional career on HIV/AIDS research. In 2034, I expect to be working on something else – because AIDS will no longer be a problem.
Improved prevention efforts – including vaccines, microbicides and antiviral drugs – will have prevented all new infections with HIV. And those already infected with the virus will have been cured using powerful DNA-editing enzymes that can target and remove integrated proviral DNA from the chromosomes of infected cells.
- Development of a mouse-adapted, live-attenuated influenza virus that permits in vivo analysis of enhancements to the safety of LAIV. J Virol. In press. (2014 Dec 31).
- Ganciclovir inhibits human adenovirus replication and pathogenicity in permissive immunosuppressed Syrian hamsters. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 58, 7171-81. (2014 Dec 01).
- Chronic central nervous system expression of HIV-1 Tat leads to accelerated rarefaction of neocortical capillaries and loss of red blood cell velocity heterogeneity. Microcirculation. 21, 664-76. (2014 Oct 01).