HIV January 19, 2023

Finding HIV’s Hidden Reservoir Cells

Q&A with Mathias Lichterfeld

January 6, 2023

Dan Barouch Awarded King Faisal Prize

Congratulations to Dan Barouch, MD, PhD, one of this year's recipients of the King Faisal Prize!

Press Releases January 4, 2023

Researchers uncover how HIV reservoir cells resist elimination by human immune responses

Researchers used a new single-cell proteogenomic profiling technique, PheP-Seq, to characterize HIV reservoir cells. They found specific biomarkers associated with resistance to immune responses.

Press Releases January 2, 2023

Researchers reveal how long-term antiretroviral therapy shapes viral reservoirs in HIV-positive individuals

Researchers conducted a longitudinal analysis of HIV-1 reservoirs in people who have been on ART for approximately two decades. The findings suggest that long-term ART causes the immune system to select for latent HIV reservoirs that are in integrated in “block and lock” positions in the human genome.

December 14, 2022

Gaurav Gaiha Receives 2023 Howard M. Goodman Fellowship

The award is given by the MGH Executive Committee On Research (ECOR) to outstanding independent young scientists who have demonstrated the potential to rise to a leadership position in their chosen field.

December 9, 2022

Holding space for tough topics

Ragon associate member Michael Birnbaum was recently honored by the Committed to Caring program at MIT, which recognizes faculty committed to inclusiveness who go above and beyond in mentoring graduate students.

December 5, 2022

A “Prevention Revolution” Offers Hope in the World’s Largest HIV Epidemic

Article from The Nation featuring Dr. Thumbi Ndung'u and the Females Rising through Education, Support and Health (FRESH) program

November 15, 2022

Kendall Square remains a work in progress. Here’s what’s under construction.

Boston Globe article mentioning our new building, scheduled to open in 2024, along with several other exciting new developments in Kendall Square

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