|Brian Nelson Giunta|
|Brian Nelson Giunta, PhD
Department of Psychiatry and Neurosciences
University of South Florida
Brian Giunta was born in Atlanta Georgia and received his BS in Microbiology in 1999 from the University of South Florida USF in Tampa Florida As an undergraduate Dr Giunta received a Florida Academic Scholarship and was inducted into both the USF College of Arts and Sciences Honor Society and the Golden Key International Honors Society During this time he also worked as an organic chemist developing adenosine receptor antagonists at the Suncoast Cardiovascular Research Lab located at the USF College of Medicine Following graduation Dr Giunta attended medical school at USF and receviecd his medical degree in 2004 As a medical student Dr Giunta was the recipient of the Anthony J Reading MD Award for Outstanding Fourth Year Student in Psychiatry and the Gold Humanism in Medicine Honor Society Award After completing Psychiatry Internship at Duke University Dr Giunta returned to the University of South Florida and was selected to participate in the K30 Scholars Program in Clinical and Translational Research and attained a Masters Degree in Medical Science with a concentration in clinical and translational researchIn 2007 Dr Giunta received a Future Leader in Psychiatry Award from Emory University and a Young Investigator Award in Drug Discovery Development and Regulatory Affairs from the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental TherapeuticsDr Giunta is Director of the Neuroimmunology Laboratory in the Department of Psychiatry and Neurosciences and currently his research is focused on developing natural compounds for the treatment of neuroinflammatory dementias particularly HIVassociated dementia and Alzheimers Disease In 2008 he received a Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award from the NIH/NIMH entitled The Role of HIV1 Tat in Alzheimers Disease The goal of this project is to determine whether greentea EGCG is effective in a novel mouse model of HIV1 Tat induced Alzheimers Pathology.
Translational research leading to clinical trials on the interactions between the immune, neuroendocrine and nervous systems in various psychiatric disorders including HIV-1 dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.
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