ACTSI Investigator Dr. Jeff Lennox in the News

Jeff Lennox, MD
Dr. Lennox is a professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Emory University. He serves as associate dean of clinical research in the School of Medicine and as chief of medicine service and vice chair of Grady Affairs in the Emory DOM. He is currently the protocol chair for a national study comparing three first line regimens for the treatment of HIV and is the vice-chair for another protocol examining whether Zoster vaccine is immunogenic in HIV-infected patients. His hobby is rockhounding and he has found amethyst crystals in Georgia worth thousands of dollars.

Emory News Center | NIH designates Emory-CDC Clinical Trials Unit, including four HIV/AIDS clinical research sites
December 18, 2013

Science Magazine | AIDS in America: Atlanta, Georgia: And the band played on
July 13, 2012

Reuters | Task force calls for routine HIV testing for all adults
April 29, 2013

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Baby cured of HIV needs more study, Emory doctors say
March 6, 2013

Sacramento Bee | Doctors, specialists mull ability to replicate baby's HIV cure
March 15, 2013

Reuters | Advisory panel moves to make HIV testing routine
November 19, 2012

USA Today | The AIDS epidemic: Beginning of the end?
July 17, 2012

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