• Christina Muzny, MD (Infectious Diseases) has received an award from the CCTS Multidisciplinary Network Pilot Program to conduct a study entitled “Genital Microbiomes of Women with Recurrent Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) and their Regular Male Sexual Partners.” The investigation will explore the hypothesis that BV is a sexually transmitted infection and that Gardnerella vaginalis is the inciting pathogen.
  • William Geisler, MD (Infectious Diseases) has received a K24 Award from the NHLBI to support patient-oriented research in Chlamydia trachomatosis infection. This is Dr. Geisler’s third NIH grant, in addition to his existing RO1 and U19 awards.
  • Jessica Merlin, MD, MBA (Infectious Diseases) will present preliminary findings from her K23 career development award “Developing a Behavioral Intervention for Chronic Pain in Individuals with HIV” at the annual NIH Pain Consortium Symposium, "Advances in Pain Research."