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Harlan Robins , PhD

Email: hrobins@fredhutch.org

Phone: (206) 667-2571

Dr. Robins's research is computationally based and focuses on the adaptive immune system and its response to viral infection, with HIV a particular area of interest. Taking advantage of new high-throughput sequencing technology, in collaboration with experimental groups, we are isolating and sequencing millions of t-cell receptor VDJ rearrangements from different clonotypes.

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Joshua Schiffer , MD, MS

Email: jschiffe@fredhutch.org

Phone: (206) 667-7359

Dr. Schiffer specializes in infectious diseases with particular interests in the management of HIV infected patients and other immunocompromised hosts. His current interests are in describing the quantitative and dynamical features of human pathogens and immune responses. Most of his work to-date is on the pathogenesis of HSV-2 infection but he also is interested in applying models to optimize viral eradication strategies, and in using models to capture kinetic features of the human microbiome.

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Mark Schubert , DDS, MSD

Email: mschuber@seattlecca.org

Phone: (206) 288-1331

Dr. Schubert's current oncology research is focused on studies related to the prevention and management of oral mucositis associated with cancer therapy and medication-associated osteonecrosis of the jaw. His clinical expertise is in oral complications of cancer and therapy, oral infectious diseases, oral complications of HIV, antigens, and bone marrow transplantation. Dr. Schubert is also the Dental Director of the NW AIDS Education and Training Center.

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Leonidas Stamatatos , PhD

Email: lstamata@fredhutch.org

Phone: (206) 667-2995

Dr. Stamatatos research is focused on better understanding how neutralizing antibodies against HIV are developed during natural HIV-infection, in a subset of individuals infected with HIV. His lab's main interests are identifying immunologival pathways that lead to the development of broadly neutralizing antibodies during HIV infection and exploit these pathways for vaccine-related purposes. They also focus on understanding how the HIV virus evolves to avoid the action of such antibodies.

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Matthew Triplette , MD, MPH

Email: mtrip@uw.edu

Phone: (206) 667-6335

Dr. Triplette is a specialist in pulmonary and critical care medicine, and is an assistant professor in the Department of Medicine and an assistant member of the Clinical Research Division at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. He sees patients in the outpatient setting at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, and provides consultative and critical care services to oncology inpatients at the UW. His research and clinical interests are in chronic lung disease in immunosuppressed patients, as well as lung cancer screening, and he is an active participant in the UW lung cancer screening program.

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Judith Wasserheit , MD, MPH

Email: jwasserh@uw.edu

Dr. Wasserheit has had extensive experience in sexually transmitted disease (STD) and HIV research, policy development, and program implementation both in the United States and in developing countries. Some of her current research interests include: examining the effects of co-infection such as sexually transmitted infections, malaria, TB, and HCV on HIV acquisition and transmission; designing and evaluating combination HIV prevention packages for sub-Saharan Africa; developing and evaluating multi-component interventions to reduce STDs, HIV, and pregnancy among women and adolescents, and developing and evaluating approaches to adaptation to climate change to reduce the impact on human health.

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