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Lisa M Frenkel | OMICS International
ISSN: 2332-0877

Journal of Infectious Diseases & Therapy
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Lisa M Frenkel

University of Washington, Seattle WA USA, Seattle Children's Research Institute, Seattle, 1900 9th Avenue, Washington, USA

Biography

Dr. Lisa M Frenkel is currently working in University of Washington, Seattle WA USA, Seattle Children's Research Institute, Seattle, Washington, USA. Lisa M Frenkel has published numerous research papers and articles in reputed journals and has various has other achievements in the related studies. Lisa M Frenkel has extended valuable service towards the scientific community with extensive research work.
Research Interest

Her research focuses on understanding HIV-1-drug-resistance, prevention of mother-to-child-transmission, characteristics of HIV-1 that is transmitted, and mechanisms that allow HIV-1 infection to persist despite suppressive antiretroviral therapy. Her group is also working to develop and transfer practical and economical assays to facilitate HIV-1 diagnosis in infants, and to monitor antiretroviral treatment and drug-resistant mutants in resource-poor communities. Their projects include collaborative studies with colleagues in Kenya, Peru, Thailand, South Africa, the USA and Zimbabwe.

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