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Our research program in Transplantation Virology and Infectious Diseases Research is aimed at advancing the management of infections that occur after solid organ and hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. To achieve this goal, we are conducting:
The laboratory-based aspect of the program is based in the Medical Sciences Building. Current projects in the laboratory include:
The clinical research program is based in the Division of Infectious Diseases office in Marian Hall. Several ongoing projects include the assessment of the risk factors, treatment and outcomes of cytomegalovirus and other viral and fungal infections after transplantation. In addition, we have ongoing clinical trials aimed at assessing antiviral therapy for BK nephropathy and the use of investigational drugs for the prevention of cytomegalovirus disease after transplantation.
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