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February 4, 2022

Congratulations on this amazing achievement! Dr.. Amita Gupta will be our next director of the Division of Infectious Diseases effective immediately.

January 7, 2022

The ACTG congratulates the 2021 Tuberculosis Transformative Science Group Special Contributions Award recipients: Nishi Suryavanshi, PhD...

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COVID-19 Grand Rounds

This series offers clinical cases, in-depth literature reviews, & infectious disease expertise within Johns Hopkins School of Medicine relevant for the care of SARS-CoV-2 patients.

Dr. Akshay Gupte

Dr. Akshay Gupte and colleagues discovered that elevated IL-6 can predict poor treatment outcomes, showcasing a need for including IL-6 in clinical screenings. 

Dr. Amita Gupta

Amita Gupta joined the FE Cardiology Summit to discuss the intersection of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and COVID-19. Check out what she has to say

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Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed that at least four people in Michigan, US, were infected with a version of the coronavirus observed mostly in minks during the first year of the pandemic.

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PDF: Dr. Gauri Dhumal was interviewed for the Weill Cornell Medicine Center for Global Health's Female Global Scholars newsletter. It is part of the Women In Global Health Research Initiative.

Vijaya Jori

Community Advisory Boards are key members of research programs. The ACTG Newsletter features Vijaya Jori of the JHU-BJGMC CAB!

Nishi Suryavanshi

Dr. Nishi Suryavanshi: "We have contextualized the intervention to Indian settings and termed it as `HATHI’ intervention." 

Leslie Marshall Show. Guest: Dr. Robert Bollinger


Leslie is joined by Dr. Bob Bollinger, and the two analyze new information on COVID-19 booster shots, and the latest news on the pandemic.

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The new vaccines may chip away at the number of Americans who have refused to be vaccinated up to this point, but their biggest value is likely to be global.