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Thuy Le

Thuy Le


My research interest is in reducing disease burden, improving diagnostics and treatment of HIV-associated infections through epidemiology, laboratory technologies and clinical trials. My major disease areas of interest are HIV-associated opportunistic infections, specifically Penicillium marneffei infection, HIV drug resistance, and HIV-HCV coinfection. I collaborate closely with major hospitals providing HIV care throughout Vietnam. Currently I am the Principal Investigator of 2 ongoing multi-center clinical trials, one comparing amphotericin B and itraconazole in the treatment of HIV-associated penicilliosis, the other to evaluate the safety of raltegravir compared to efavirenz in HIV-HCV coinfection. I also lead and collaborate on studies to understand disease epidemiology, identifying risk factors for infections, and improving diagnostics and treatment of penicilliosis.

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