William Gerard Powderly, MD
- Infectious Diseases
Sees Patients For
Treatment of infectious diseases including HIV and AIDS, fungal infections
Academic Title(s)J. William Campbell Professor of Medicine, Infectious Diseases
Director, Institute of Public Health
Director, Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences
EducationMB, BCh, BAO
1979 University College, Dublin, IrelandFellowship, Infectious Diseases
1987 Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MOResidency, Registrar in Medicine
1983 Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Dublin, IrelandResidency, Senior House Officer in Medicine
1982 St. Vincent's Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
Improving treatments for patients with HIV; understanding long-term side effects of HIV medications, particularly metabolic problems such as diabetes, lipid abnormalities, and osteoporosis.
Publications & Research
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