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Coleen Cunningham

Professor of Pediatrics and Global Health
Colleen Cunningham

Summary

Coleen's research interest include Pediatric HIV treatment, Prevention of perinatal transmission of HIV, Care of HIV infected children in the International setting, HIV vaccine in children and adolescents and Respiratory viral infections and vaccine.

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Buchholz, UJ, Cunningham, CK, Muresan, P, Gnanashanmugam, D, Sato, P, Siberry, GK, Rexroad, V, Valentine, M, Perlowski, C, Schappell, E, Thumar, B, Luongo, C, Barr, E, Aziz, M, Yogev, R, Spector, SA, Collins, PL, McFarland, EJ, Karron, RA, & International Maternal Pediatric Adolescent AIDS Clinical Trials (IMPAACT) P1114 Study Team, . (2018, March 2). Live Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Vaccine Candidate Containing Stabilized Temperature-Sensitivity Mutations Is Highly Attenuated in RSV-Seronegative Infants and Children. The Journal of infectious diseases.
McFarland, EJ, Karron, RA, Muresan, P, Cunningham, CK, Valentine, ME, Perlowski, C, Thumar, B, Gnanashanmugam, D, Siberry, GK, Schappell, E, Barr, E, Rexroad, V, Yogev, R, Spector, SA, Aziz, M, Patel, N, Cielo, M, Luongo, C, Collins, PL, Buchholz, UJ, & International Maternal Pediatric Adolescent AIDS Clinical Trials (IMPAACT) 2000 Study Team, . (2018, March 2). Live-Attenuated Respiratory Syncytial Virus Vaccine Candidate With Deletion of RNA Synthesis Regulatory Protein M2-2 is Highly Immunogenic in Children. The Journal of infectious diseases.

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