In the Department of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology, students are making an impact in all areas of public health. Here are a few profiles and some of the latest news about our students.
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Salunke accepted into Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Connecticut
Meet Kelsey Simon (IDM '20), Dean's Scholar
Turning ideas into transformative action: Pitt Public Health students selected as Future Health Leaders
Celebrate 70: DeLucia presents cholesterol regulation of HIV-1 trans infection and HIV-1 disease progression (VIDEO)
Meet Joanna Shaw (IDM ’18), Dean’s Scholar
Rodriguez serves on raccoon oral rabies vaccination team
Lowery conducts West Nile Virus surveillance with ACHD
Inefficient HIV-1 trans infection of CD4+ T cells by macrophages from HIV-1 nonprogressors is associated with altered membrane cholesterol and DC-SIGN
Widespread virus replication in alveoli drives acute respiratory distress syndrome in aerosolized H5N1 influenza infection of macaques