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The research conducted by Nathan W. Cummins, M.D., aims to improve the health and well-being of individuals with infectious diseases, particularly in those who have weakened immune systems. Dr. Cummins' research spans the translation spectrum, from basic scientific research to preclinical translational research, early-stage clinical trials and genomic analyses on a population scale.
For patients with HIV infection, Dr. Cummins' research efforts aim to improve outcomes of treatment, including optimal selection of antiretroviral therapy leading to reduced adverse drug effects and improved long-term adherence and efficacy. For patients with organ transplants, Dr. Cummins' research efforts aim to improve the diagnosis and appropriate treatment of infectious complications of transplantation in order to improve long-term survival and quality of life in these patients.
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