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SPOTLIGHT: Faculty Scholar works domestically and globally toward a cure for HIV

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George Kyei is a physician scientist who is board-certified in internal medicine and infectious diseases. His research centers on finding a cure for HIV. He is the principal investigator of the HIV Cure Research Infrastructure Study, based at the University of Ghana, which trains African scientists in HIV research and treatment. While also serving as the director of research at the University of Ghana Medical Center, and as associate professor at Washington University in St. Louis, he operates labs at both WashU and in Ghana and shares his time between the two. To illuminate his work in this Faculty Scholar Spotlight, we recently spoke with Kyei about his vital research.