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Warren Andiman, MD

Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics (Infectious Disease)

Research Summary

1. Natural history of HIV infection in infants, children and adolescents
2. Long-term clinical outcomes of HIV infection in children
3. Methods for interrupting mother-to-child transmission of HIV
4. Pathogenesis and clinical expression of EB virus infection

Specialized Terms: Prospective longitudinal studies of clinical outcomes in a cohort of perinatally infected HIV-positive children; Morphologic, metabolic and endocrinologic consequences of longstanding HIV infection and antiretroviral therapy; Virologic and immunologic factors associated with long-term survival in perinatally infected HIV-positive children; AIDS clinical treatment trials in HIV-positive children; Transitioning long-term survivors of pediatric HIV infection into adult healthcare practices; Epidemiology and clinical manifestations of renal disease in HIV positive children

Research Interests

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; Adoption; Pediatrics; HIV Infections; Antiretroviral Therapy, Highly Active; Anti-Retroviral Agents; Infectious Disease Medicine

Public Health Interests

HIV/AIDS; Child/Adolescent Health

Selected Publications