Investigators

The Duke Human Vaccine Institute was formed to support interdisciplinary efforts across Duke to develop vaccines and therapeutics for HIV and other emerging infections that threaten the health of our nation and our world. Since 1990, DHVI investigators have been at the forefront in the battle against AIDS and specifically in the quest for an HIV vaccine.

Richard Frothingham, MD

Associate Professor in Medicine View Profile

Mattia Bonsignori, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine View Profile

Todd Bradley, PhD

Medical Instructor in the Department of Medicine View Profile

Derek Cain, PhD

Assistant Professor in Medicine View Profile

David Easterhoff, PhD

Medical Instructor in the Department of Medicine View Profile

Robert J. Edwards, PhD

Assistant Professor in Medicine View Profile

Giny Fouda, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor in Pediatrics View Profile

Laura P. Hale

Professor, Department of Pathology View Profile

Samuel L. Katz, MD

Chairman Emeritus of Pediatrics View Profile

Mary Klotman, MD

R.J. Reynolds Professor of Medicine View Profile

Nathan Nicely, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Medicine View Profile

David James Pickup, PhD

Associate Professor of Virology in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology View Profile

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