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Biomarker Core

Core Mission

Cognitive impairment in HIV-infected individuals remains a significant problem despite antiretroviral therapy. Biomarker discovery coupled with demographic, clinical, psychiatric, and cognitive testing data provides a powerful approach to identify putative mechanisms for cognitive dysfunction in people living with HIV. Ultimately these biomarkers may be used to predict cognitive impairment and to monitor the effects of interventional therapies in people living with HIV.

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    Pragney Deme, Ph.D.

    Research Associate, Neurology
    Co-Director for the Johns Hopkins National Institute of Mental Health Biomarker Core

    Pragney Deme

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