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Published on
Oct 5, 2022
Our Featured Research Trainee for October, Melanie Cruz, discusses Hispanic Heritage Month and her research on HIV neurocognitive disorders.
Published on
Jun 11, 2021
This week’s In the News features the new Chief Scientific Officer, the PolicyLab Impact Report, and new studies in neurology and HIV.

The purpose of this study is to identify and engage young black or hispanic/latino men in Philadelphia, PA, Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC in HIV and substance use prevention using a new Mobile-enhanced Engagement intervention.

The Vella Lab is a human immunology laboratory that applies high dimensional approaches to understand and improve humoral immunity and vaccine responses in settings of immune dysregulation.

Evaluating interventions to treat and prevent HIV infection and its consequences in infants, children, adolescents, and pregnant/postpartum women through the conduct of high quality clinical trials.

Published on
Jul 8, 2019
Global health researchers developing culturally adapted approaches to safeguard mental health of Botswana’s youth living with HIV.
Published on
Jul 8, 2019
Take a multimedia look at our HIV researchers' work – from our basic science labs, to our Center for Functional Neuroimaging, to Botswana's neighborhoods.
E-mail:
rutstein [at] chop.edu
Published on
Nov 28, 2018
New research based in Botswana from the Global Health Center seeks to better understand the neurocognitive impact of living with HIV.

Dr. Lowenthal's work is focused on addressing health priorities for children in resource-limited settings. In addition to research projects she serves as research director for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Global Health Center, supporting junior researchers (and senior researchers newly working in international settings) to develop projects addressing other health priorities for children in resource-limited settings.

E-mail:
lowenthale [at] chop.edu