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Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases

The Division of Infectious Diseases has active clinical teaching services and outpatient clinics. The division supervises the New York State designated AIDS Center at Stony Brook University Hospital, which includes an inpatient unit, an outpatient clinic and treatment area, and a staff of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses and social workers. The Division has nine full-time faculty members that are actively involved in a variety of clinical and basic research programs, clinical care and the education of medical students, resident and fellows.

AIDS Center

The AIDS Center, a New York State designated program, encompasses a multidisciplinary approach to management of patients with HIV infection. The Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Center has a large clinical research program involved in the testing of new therapies for HIV treatment as well as development of a vaccine for HIV. These programs interrelate to basic investigations of HIV pathogenesis by examining immune reconstitution of people under therapy for HIV infections. New therapies for HIV based upon identification of target sites in HIV replication cycles are under study.

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