The Division of Infectious Diseases & Immunology is deeply involved in undergraduate medical education, via leadership roles as course directors, teachers, collaborators with faculty in other departments, committee members, program developers, and student mentors/advisors. In addition, Division faculty are heavily involved in programs in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and also participate in courses for the Graduate School of Nursing. Clinical specialists offer consultation in all areas of infectious disease and in preventive medicine for international travelers. Research is ongoing throughout the Division in areas such as: treatment of HIV-infected persons, viral immunology, DNA vaccines, antibacterial host defenses, intracellular signaling, antiviral effects of nitric oxide, cellular growth regulation, and innate immune recognition and signaling in humans and insects.


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