Gustavo Reyes-Terán (GRT) is the head of the Department of Research in Infectious
Diseases, the Director of the Center for AIDS Research and the Coordinator of the HIV/AIDS Clinic at
the INER. He is Professor of the Courses of Master and Ph Degrees in Medical and Biomedical Sciences
at the National University of Mexico. GRT spent 2 years in San Francisco, CA, USA, completing a
Fogarty postdoctoral fellowship in Pathogenesis of HIV Disease at the Cancer Research Institute of
the University of California San Francisco (UCSF).
As the Coordinator of the AIDS Clinic of the INER since 2000, GRT has been actively involved in
AIDS care and research, participating as principal investigator in phase II-III clinical trials with
anti-HIV/AIDS and opportunistic infections therapies, and is currently interested in research on
HAART prescription environment in Mexico (including adherence and supply issues).
GRT is an active investigator in both clinical and basic virology, and has been able to raise
considerable funds and institutional support to build a new HIV/AIDS research facility within his
institution. It now hosts one of the most comprehensive research teams in Mexico and
state-of-the-art research labs. Under GRT's direction, HIV/AIDS research, both basic and clinical,
is very active at the INER, covering therapeutic, molecular virology, immunogenetic/immunologic,
nutritional and behavioral studies, including international collaborations on AIDS pathogenesis
GRT is a level II investigator in the Mexican System of Researchers. GRT has authored or
co-coauthored more than 20 scientific publications in peer-reviewed international journals as well
as chapters in textbooks.
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