Nancy Dumais

Université de Sherbrooke

Dr. Nancy Dumais is a Professor of Virology at Université de Sherbrooke, Canada. She received her Diploma (M.Sc.) in Cellular and Molecular Biology and her Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Virology, in 1996 and 2001, respectively, both from Université Laval in Canada. Then, she was a Postdoctoral Researcher at McMaster University where she studied mucosal immunization against HIV. Her research interests include chemokines and chemokines receptors in HIV-1 pathogenesis and cell migration. Her laboratory also investigates the roles of prostaglandins in HIV transcription and replication. Also, she is interested in scientific and health education. She gives lectures in molecular biology, microbiology, and virology at different universities.

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The continuing AIDS pandemic reminds us that despite the unrelenting quest for knowledge since the early 1980s, we have much to learn about HIV and AIDS. This terrible syndrome represents one of the greatest challenges for science and medicine. The purpose of this book is to aid clinicians, provide a source of inspiration for researchers, and serve as a guide for graduate students in their continued search for a cure of HIV. The first part of this book, "From the laboratory to the clinic," and the second part, "From the clinic to the patients," represent the unique but intertwined mission of this work: to provide basic and clinical knowledge on HIV/AIDS.

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