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Director: John L. VandeBerg, Ph.D.
Mission: To conduct basic and applied biomedical research in the areas of cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases, virology and immunology with emphasis on hepatitis and AIDS, genetics and its relationship to disease, cancer, and neonatalogy. To serve as a national resource for investigators in these research areas.
Principal Research Programs: Genetics; Virology (HIV, hepatitis, herpes B, SIV); Immunology; Cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases; Neonatal diseases; Endocrinology
Training Opportunities: We have a summer student internship program that is open to both pre-doctoral and doctoral-level students.
Financial Aid: The internship program provides a stipend.
Number of Staff: 400
Publications: "Progress in Biomedical Research" (quarterly); "The Round-Up" (semi-annual newsletter)
Last Updated: 2013-06-03
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