Dr. David Ho

Dr. David Ho is scientific director and CEO of the Aaron
Diamond AIDS Research Center at the Rockefeller University
in New York City. Under Ho's direction, the center's researchers have published groundbreaking studies about how HIV replicates and how certain individuals are naturally resistant to HIV infection. They have also led the way in developing revolutionary combination drug therapies for AIDS. Ho serves on numerous advisory councils and boards and is a reviewer for nineteen peer-reviewed medical journals. He is the recipient of four honorary degrees and was Time magazine's Man of the Year in 1996. In 2006, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger inducted Ho into the California Hall of Fame for his accomplishments.


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