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Dr. Aaron McMurtray As an academic neurologist, I currently provide care for indigent HIV-1 seropositive individuals at a university affiliated community hospital. This experience gives me first-hand knowledge of the neurologic complications of this disorder as well as the aspects of care that are currently challenging and need improvement. I have also completed a fellowship in Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry giving me additional insight into the diagnosis and management of the often complex cognitive and behavioral problems evident in this population. Additionally, by completing a Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Sciences and through my prior work as a faculty member at the University of Hawaii medical school, I have demonstrated the ability to independently design, conduct and publish the results of scientific studies focusing on central and peripheral nervous system complications of HIV-1 infection. In 2008 I received an AAN Clinical Research Training Fellowship Award as well as a grant from the University of Hawaii CRC allowing me to complete an independent research project studying changes in brain structure and function due to HIV-1 infection. Later in 2008 I had the opportunity to benefit from additional training in clinical trials methods by attending the NINDS/NIH Clinical Trials Methods Course in Neurology. Subsequently I have participated in a variety of industry sponsored clinical trials and currently am serving on the leadership team developing ACTG clinical trial number A5324 “Raltegravir Maraviroc Intensification in Neurologic Disease (ReMIND)”.
Neurology, HIV, Obesity
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