Fig. 1. Psycho Killer Virologist.

    I am an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, in the Division of Infectious Diseases.
My research  focuses on the molecular evolution of human immunodeficiency virus type-1 (HIV-1). Check out my CV or my doctoral dissertation if you'd like more detailed info on my background and experience.  You can also check out this recent UCSF press release.http://www.ucsf.eduhttp://www.ucsf.edu

Fig. 2. Life cycle of HIV-1.

Fig. 3. A silly schematic depicting what I do.

Fig. 4. An example of a viral phenotype that I measure in vitro: MHC class I down-modulation.

Fig. 5. Phylogeny describing the extensive genetic diversity within the primate lentiviruses.

Here are some related links for you to check out:
	•	My Curriculum Vitae - email me for a more printer friendly version.
	•	UCSF Center For Aids Research (where I work these days)
	•	UCSD Center For Aids Research (where I used to work)
	•	Los Alamos National Lab HIV Sequence Database (where I used to work)
	•	Centers for Disease Control and Prevention HIV/AIDS info page
	•	World Health Organization HIV/AIDS info page