Dr. Philip Chan's research focuses on how HIV is transmitted in the community. The research incorporates molecular genetics, phylogenetics, behavioral sciences, and clinical medicine. The results of the research will lead to a better understanding of HIV epidemiology in our community and the development of effective prevention interventions.
Dr. Philip Chan is an internal medicine and infectious diseases physician at The Miriam Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital, and is Assistant Professor of Medicine at Brown University. Dr. Chan completed a master's degree in molecular genetics and medical school at the University of Vermont. He subsequently came to Brown University where he completed his internal medicine residency and fellowship in infectious diseases. Dr. Chan's main research interest is HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
PHILIP CHAN, M.D., M.S.
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