Case Western gets $1.5M for HIV oral inflammation study

The U.S. National Institutes of Health has awarded Case Western Reserve University researchers $1.5 million over five years to study HIV-related inflammation in the mouth and throat.

Principal investigator Pushpa Pandiyan, PhD, an associate professor of biological sciences, and colleagues will study the mechanisms some white blood cells use when battling HIV in oral and throat tissues. The goal is to increase the number of beneficial cells and decrease the number of dysfunctional ones that lead to chronic inflammation.

Page 1 of 348
Next Page