The Department of Medicine opens its season of weekly, noontime Medical Grand Rounds with lectures by two world-renowned physician-scientists, beginning on Wednesday, September 7, with Robert C. Gallo, M.D., best known for his role in the discovery of HIV and development of the blood test for the infection. He will present a seminar entitled, “A Journey with Blood Cells and Viruses and the Global Virus Network for the Future.”
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Joao Braghiroli, M.D., and Oddone Braghiroli, M.D., just had the best family reunion ever. Born in Salvador, Brazil, the brothers reunited in Rio de Janeiro as medical volunteers for the Olympics. When not hard at work, they made the most of their time in Rio, because they knew they’d soon find themselves on different continents.
Mosquito-borne transmission of the Zika virus appeared in South Florida just recently, but UHealth physicians are already busy counseling prospective parents and treating pregnant women, and UM scientists are working overtime to bring diagnostic and therapeutic responses from the laboratory to the clinic — some possibly by the end of this year.