I am fascinated by science and am focused on finding a cure for HIV/AIDS. I am always looking to meet new people and gain their perspective on life, science, and HIV/AIDS.
My doctoral research at UCLA focused on human CD4+ T cell differentiation and HIV infection. As postdoctoral scholar at the University of Miami-Miller School of Medicine, I studied the interactions between the HIV virus and human macrophages. I am very enthusiastic about immunology and believe that understanding the immune response at a deeper level will lead to a cure for HIV.
Throughout my studies, I have learned that although having an applied focus is great, sometimes scientists miss the forest by looking only at the trees. In my blog and videos, I go into a variety of topics ranging from developmental biology, immunology, molecular biology, biochemistry to bioinformatics. You can learn more about me by visiting my website www.robertlfurler.com.
Human Genetics in the Next Generation: Rare Variants and Common Cures
Air date: Wednesday, January 19, 2011, 3:00:00 PM Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local Category: Wednesday Afternoon Lectures
Why We Should Stop Being Scared of Positive People
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