Dr. Castillo's main research interests focus on the epidemiology, prognostic factors, diagnosis and therapy of lymphomas and HIV/AIDS-related malignancies. His most recent research efforts are directed to improve the understanding of rare types of lymphoma such as plasmablastic and T-cell lymphomas and their potential association with oncoviruses, such as EBV. He is also interested on studying the epidemiology and risk factors for lymphoma development using meta-analytical methodologies.
Dr. Castillo was born in Trujillo, Peru and obtained his Medical Degree in Mexico City, Mexico in 1996. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency in Framingham, MA, where he also was the Chief Medical Resident, and was a Fellow in Hematology and Oncology at Brown University. Currently he is Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University with research interests focus on the epidemiology, prognostic factors, diagnosis and therapy of lymphomas and HIV/AIDS-related malignancies and the study of lymphoma epidemiology using meta-analytical methodologies.
JORGE CASTILLO, MD
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