Dr. Mark Abzug directs clinical research on patients with viral infections, infections in immune-compromised patients, and chronic sinusitis. He is involved in several national collaborative clinical trials of antiviral therapies.
Dr. Marsha Anderson performs clinical research on vaccines, vaccine-preventable disease, and Kawasaki disease.
Dr. Edwin Asturias conducts clinical and epidemiological research on the efficacy and safety of vaccines for children in developing countries. He is the Vice-chair for the Global Advisory Committee for Vaccine Safety at WHO, and an active participant in several international collaborative networks for vaccine issues and infectious diseases in children.
Emily Barr, PNP, CNM, has a research focus on adherence to HIV medications, long-term effects of antiretroviral exposure, prevention of perinatal transmission of HIV, HIV in pregnancy, and international HIV treatment trials.
Dr. Sam Dominguez's research focuses on the epidemiology, disease associations, and pathophysiology of newly discovered human and bat coronaviruses, and he is interested in emerging pathogens. He also pursues laboratory and clinical studies on the etiology and epidemiology of Kawasaki disease and pediatric respiratory viral infections.
Jennifer Dunn, MS, RN, FNP-BC, has a research focus on pediatric HIV disease and treatments as well as adolescent HIV and maternal-to-child transmission of HIV.