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Mark Brockman

  • PhD
  • Associate Scientist
  • British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS
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Recent publications

  • Novel HLA class i associations with HIV-1 control in a unique genetically admixed population

    • Valenzuela-Ponce H
    • Alva-Hernández S
    • Garrido-Rodríguez D
    • et al.
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  • Weaker HLA footprints on HIV in the unique and highly genetically admixed host population of Mexico

    • Soto-Nava M
    • Avila-Ríos S
    • Valenzuela-Ponce H
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Associate Scientist

British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS

September 2009 - Present

Associate Professor

Simon Fraser University

September 2009 - Present

Instructor in Medicine

Harvard Medical School

October 2007 - August 2009(2 years)

Staff Scientist

Massachusetts General Hospital

May 2007 - October 2007(5 months)

Education

Postdoctoral Fellowship

Massachusetts General Hospital

January 2003 - May 2007(4 years)

Postdoctoral Fellowship

Harvard Medical School

June 2001 - December 2002(2 years)

Ph.D.

Harvard University

September 1995 - June 2001(6 years)

B.A.

Beloit College

September 1991 - May 1995(4 years)

Research interests

Virology (HIV/AIDS) Immunology (CD8 T cells)

About

I received my Ph.D. in Virology in 2001 from Harvard University and completed my postdoctoral studies in the laboratory of Dr. Bruce Walker at Massachusetts General Hospital. Research in my laboratory uses in vitro approaches to investigate HIV virology, AIDS pathogenesis, and host immune responses to infection. Current studies focus on understanding the impact of viral immune escape mutations on T cell recognition and HIV protein function, measuring the ability of T cells to recognize and kill HIV-infected cells, and identifying cellular reservoirs and their role in disease.

Co-authors (588)

  • Harrison Fredrick
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  • Mohammad Ali Jalali Far
  • BHUPESH SHARMA
  • Alejandro Barrientos
  • Chris Upton

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