Gori A.

Andrea Gori, MD, is a professor of lnfectious Diseases at the University of Milano-Bicocca, and Director of the Clinic of lnfectious Diseases at ""San Gerardo"" Hospital in Monza. He received his medical degree from the University of Milano. From 1992 he has been engaged in both HIV research and clinicaI care. Dr. Gori is working in the immunopathogenesis of HIV and in mechanisms of interaction between the virus and the host focusing in how to translate information learned from pathogenetic studies into the clinic. His research activities have been focused on human T cell phenotypic and functional analysis, T cell activation, differentiation, immune reconstitution after antiretroviral therapy, and immune-based therapeutic strategies. He currently directs severaI research programs dedicated to the investigation of the immunopathogenesis of antiretroviral-treated HIV infect ion. He has published over 150 peer-reviewed articles on these and related topics.