The Duke HIV Research Database and Repository was first developed in 1998. As one of the largest and most comprehensive of its kind, the biorepository contains over 70,000 plasma samples on patients with HIV in longitudinal follow-up and remains the only clinical biorepository at Duke that exclusively includes HIV-infected persons.
Speaker: Susanna Naggie, MD, Principal Investigator for the Biorepository and Associate Professor of Medicine in Infectious Diseases
*Pizza and Drinks will be provided*
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