Michelle Lally serves as the Director of the HIV Vaccine Clinical Trials Unit for Brown University/The Miriam Hospital; her primary research interests include HIV prevention, testing, and vaccine development. Her attention also focuses on health care disparity, access to HIV and other STD education, testing, and treatment, and the representation of women and minorities in clinical trials. She has also worked extensively in the area of rapid HIV testing and its potential community applications.
Following her graduation from Boston College magna cum laude with a degree in Biochemistry and Philosophy in 1989, Dr. Michelle Lally pursued her education in medicine at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. She graduated in 1993, and continued her post-graduate training with an Internship in Internal Medicine and Residency in Internal Medicine at the New England Deaconess Hospital, affiliated with Harvard Medical School, where from 1996-1997 she served as a clinical fellow in Infectious Diseases. She then completed her Research Fellowship in Infectious Diseases at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and remained at the Harvard School of Public Health to earn her M.Sc. in Epidemiology in 1999. She accepted an Assistant Professorship at Brown University Medical School that same year.
MICHELLE LALLY, MD, University of Virginia, 1993: MSc, Harvard School of Public Health, 1999
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