• Welcome to the Ndhlovu Laboratory, located at the University of Hawaiʻi John A. Burns School of Medicine. We are a team of clinicians and research scientists dedicated to understanding how HIV affects the immune system and how this will inform on strategies to prevent, slow or eliminate HIV infection and optimize quality of life outcomes.

    Welcome

    Welcome to the Ndhlovu Laboratory, located at the University of Hawaiʻi John A. Burns School of Medicine. We are a team of clinicians and research scientists dedicated to understanding how HIV affects the immune system and how this will inform on strategies to prevent, slow or eliminate HIV infection and optimize quality of life outcomes.

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 Lab Highlights:

Check out our scanning EM on the cover of Journal of Leukocyte Biology “Cenicriviroc inhibits trans-endothelial passage of monocytes and is associated with impaired E-selectin expression”.

New Published Paper Oct 2018: “Resting-state connectivity and spontaneous activity of ventromedial prefrontal cortex predict depressive symptomology and peripheral inflammation in HIV”.

Congratulations to Dr. Ivo N. SahBandar, Dr. Michael J. Corley, and Eun-young Park on their new publication: “Anti-α4β7 therapy targets lymphoid aggregates in the gastrointestinal tract of HIV-1–infected individuals”.

The recipients for the 2018 New Investigator Awards have been announced.

Congratulations to Dr. Michael Corley and his mentor Dr. Ndhlovu for receiving the NIH Mentored Career Development Award for his project: THE ROLE OF EPIGENETIC TRANSCRIPTIONAL MEMORY IN MONOCYTE-MACROPHAGE CELLS AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE RISK.

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Upcoming Events:

November 30, 2018: World AIDS Day 2018
Lister Hill Auditorium, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD

Hawaii to Zero 2019
On January 10th 2019, the Hawai’i Center for AIDS will host a day long meeting as part of our recently launched Hawai’i to Zero (H20) HIV Cure and Prevention Initiative. This initiative seeks to unite, educate, and raise awareness about HIV remission research and prevention efforts to our community. More information may be found here.

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