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Eric Scott Rosenberg
Director, Microbiology Laboratories
Massachusetts General Hospital
Professor of Pathology
Harvard Medical School
Dr. Rosenberg received his MD from Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Following medical school, he trained in Internal Medicine at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and received his infectious disease training at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Rosenberg is the Director of the MGH Clinical Microbiology Laboratory and also the Editor for the Case Records of the MGH, published weekly in the New England Journal of Medicine.
His research focuses on the immunology and pathogenesis of HIV infection with a particular interest in CD4+ T helper cells in persons with acute HIV and long-term non-progressive infection. In addition, he has been studying the impact highly active antiretroviral therapy during the acute stages of HIV infection and the prospects for supervised treatment interruption in the individuals.
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Dr. Rosenberg focuses on the immunology and pathogenesis of HIV infection with a particular interest in CD4+ T helper cells in persons with acute HIV and long-term non-progressive infection. In addition, he has been studying the impact of highly active antiretroviral therapy during the acute stages of HIV infection and the prospects for supervised treatment interruption in the individuals.
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