The DC CFAR mission is to intensify our multi-institutional effort to promote and support research that contributes to ending the HIV epidemic in Washington, DC and beyond in partnership with government and community.
Dr. Irene Kuo and colleagues recently published an article entitled "HIV drug resistance and transmission networks among a justice-involved population at the time of community re-entry in Washington D.C".
Dr. Alberto Bosque began his scientific career at the University of Zaragoza in Spain, where he studied biochemistry and cell biology. He credits his early mentors with driving his passion for understanding signaling pathways.
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