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Vineet N. KewalRamani, Ph.D.
Dr. KewalRamani was the 2011 and 2012 chair of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Earl Stadtman Virology Search Committee and a co-organizer of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 37th annual meeting on Retroviruses held in May of 2012. He is a past chair of the NIH Norman Salzman Virology Scientific Committee. He has served on the editorial boards of Journal of Virology, PLoS ONE, Retrovirology, and Virology. He was tenured by the NIH in 2010.
Examination of Virus-Host Interactions at Molecular, Cellular, and Animal Levels to Better Understand HIV Immunopathogenesis and the Development of Antiviral Resistance
The Model Development Section (MDS) seeks to further basic science understanding of HIV-1 replication, cell biology, and immunology as well as translate basic research findings to develop model systems that more faithfully mimic human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in vivo.
Current projects in the MDS include:
(1) Understanding how HIV-1 exploits cell biological mechanisms to further virus replication.
(2) Identification of innate intracellular mechanisms that counteract HIV-1 replication.
(3) The development of improved nonhuman primate models to study HIV-1 pathogenesis and persistence.
Please visit the MDS publications page to see our progress in these various research areas.
Visiting scientists, graduate students, or postdoctoral candidates interested in the possibility of performing research studies in the MDS should contact Dr. Vineet KewalRamani (email@example.com). Information for other postdoctoral positions in the HIV DRP can also be found on the Recruitment web page.
This page was last updated on 11/21/2013.