Jemar Bather Named Fellow of MGH’s Fostering Diversity in HIV Research Program

Congratulations to PhD student Jemar Bather, who has been named a Fellow of Massachusetts General Hospital’s Fostering Diversity in HIV Research Program.  The Fostering Diversity in HIV Research Program is supported by … Continue reading “Jemar Bather Named Fellow of MGH’s Fostering Diversity in HIV Research Program”

Get to Know Our New PhD Students!

Over the next few weeks we’ll be introducing you to our first year doctoral students. Hi, my name is Michael Cork and I grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and attended Pomona College for … Continue reading “Get to Know Our New PhD Students!”

Exposure to HIV Drug in the Womb May Increase Risk of Microcephaly

Children born to women on HIV therapy containing the drug efavirenz were 2 to 2.5 times more likely to have microcephaly, or small head size, compared to children born to … Continue reading “Exposure to HIV Drug in the Womb May Increase Risk of Microcephaly”

Michael Hughes’ Bradford Hill Memorial Lecture

Professor Michael Hughes was recently invited to give the 28th annual Bradford Hill Memorial Lecture at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine in conjunction with the Medical Section of the Royal Statistical Society. … Continue reading “Michael Hughes’ Bradford Hill Memorial Lecture”

Isabel Fulcher Receives Bloom Fellowship

Isabel Fulcher has been awarded funding from the Barry R. and Irene Tilenius Bloom Fellowship Fund for 2017-18. The fund provides critical financial aid—one of Bloom’s priorities as dean—that can transform … Continue reading “Isabel Fulcher Receives Bloom Fellowship”

HIV Treatment as Prevention in South Africa

Thursday, June 16, 2016 11:00AM ­ 12:00PM Kresge 502 Dr. Richard Hayes Prof of Epidemiology & International Health London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine HIV Treatment as Prevention in … Continue reading “HIV Treatment as Prevention in South Africa”