Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Rich Condit, and Anthony S. Fauci
Vincent and Rich meet up with Anthony S. Fauci, MD, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
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- Fauci history (J Clin Inves)
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- Fauci Pharmacy
- Anthony Fauci (Wikipedia)
- Anthony Fauci: Unfinished business (Lens)
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Fascinating interview. As an MD/PhD student, I’m amazed by Dr. Fauci’s career. There are a lot of lessons here for people interested in the physician-scientist track.
Loved the “yeah right” at the end! 🙂
Always good to drink the last drop!
This is one of the most interesting podcasts/interviews I’ve heard! I love TWiV and I’m hoping to get others at my work to listen to the podcast.
Is there a “functional cure” or is there not?
What can we expect to come out of CROI?
It seems that Sangamo Biosciences HIV trials are exactly that, a road to a “functional cure”.
Are thee other therapeutics inclinical trials that show thesame potential?
What about the use of Sangamo zinc finger technology for other diseases, monogenetic diseases inparticular?
These are exciting times.
Anthony Fauci may look good here, Anthony Fauci is not a very nice man, In the 80’s he ignored HIV/AIDS patients just like he is ignoring another epidemic right now in which he was quoted “hates” by a friend of his. Fauci Pharmacy- in Bensonhurst Brooklyn, an interesting place, one of the centers of illegal activity… I wonder if his fathers connection to a certain type of people/family got him into medical school…
I wonder if this post is truly from 2014 or engineered to look older than 2020?
I listened to TwiV 641 this morning. There was commentary regarding Dr. Faucis’ 2013 TWiV, and it’s a well worth a listen. And that final question: “What keeps you up at night?”, Sure enough, concerns over emerging novel pathogens, including musing about Coronavirus.