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Guido Ferrari

Assistant Professor, Surgery
School of Medicine
(919) 684-2862
Guido Ferrari


Dr. Ferrari is currently an Associate Research Professor in the Department of Surgery, Division of Surgical Sciences at Duke University Medical Center. He is directing the ELISPOT, CTL, and ADCC laboratories for the HVTN central laboratory at Duke. He has been serving as a WHO/UNAIDS Vaccine Initiative consultant for the past six years, and coordinated the organization of 5 international workshops for the transfer of ELISpot and ICS technologies to new laboratory sites involved in HIV vaccine studies.



Recent Publications

Fong, Y, Shen, X, Ashley, VC, Deal, A, Seaton, KE, Yu, C, Grant, SP, Ferrari, G, deCamp, AC, Bailer, RT, Koup, RA, Montefiori, D, Haynes, BF, Sarzotti-Kelsoe, M, Graham, BS, Carpp, LN, Hammer, SM, Sobieszczyk, M, Karuna, S, Swann, E, DeJesus, E, Mulligan, M, Frank, I, Buchbinder, S, Novak, RM, McElrath, MJ, Kalams, S, Keefer, M, Frahm, NA, Janes, HE, Gilbert, PB, & Tomaras, GD. (2018, January 8). Vaccine-induced antibody responses modify the association between T-cell immune responses and HIV-1 infection risk in HVTN 505. The Journal of infectious diseases.
Mayer, KH, Seaton, KE, Huang, Y, Grunenberg, N, Isaacs, A, Allen, M, Ledgerwood, JE, Frank, I, Sobieszczyk, ME, Baden, LR, Rodriguez, B, Van Tieu, H, Tomaras, GD, Deal, A, Goodman, D, Bailer, RT, Ferrari, G, Jensen, R, Hural, J, Graham, BS, Mascola, JR, Corey, L, Montefiori, DC, HVTN 104 Protocol Team, , & and the NIAID HIV Vaccine Trials Network, . (2017, November 14). Safety, pharmacokinetics, and immunological activities of multiple intravenous or subcutaneous doses of an anti-HIV monoclonal antibody, VRC01, administered to HIV-uninfected adults: Results of a phase 1 randomized trial. PLoS medicine, 14 (11), e1002435-.

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