Richard T D'Aquila, MD

Richard T D'Aquila, MD

Howard Taylor Ricketts, MD, Professor

Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases)



Rubloff Building Suite 9-915
750 N Lake Shore
Chicago IL 60611

richard.daquila( at )

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Education and Certification

MD: Albert Einstein College (1979)
Internship: University of Pennsylvania Hospitals, Internal Medicine (1979)
Residency: University of Pennsylvania Hospitals, Internal Medicine (1982)
Fellowship: Yale University School of Medicine, Infectious Disease (1985)
Postdoctoral Fellowship: Yale University School of Medicine, Molecular Virology (1985)
Board Certification: Infectious Disease, Internal Medicine


Description of Interests

Study of HIV persistence aims to develop a functional cure. This includes discovery of approaches to modulate cell proteins such as APOBEC3s, and translation to proof-of-concept clinical trials.

Interests (Keywords)

AIDS; HIV Infection; Immune System; Molecular Genetics; Viral Pathogenesis

Research and Publications

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