Andrea Gori, MD, is the Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at "San Gerardo" Hospital, Monza and a Professor of Infectious Diseases at the University of Milano-Bicocca, Milano. He received his medical degree at the University of Milan in 1991 and his postgraduate degree in Infectious Diseases in 1995, University of Milan. He served as an intern and resident in the Department of Infectious Diseases at “L. Sacco” Hospital, University of Milan prior to joining the Infectious Diseases Division at "San Gerardo" Hospital in 2007. He has been engaged in both HIV research and clinical care since that time. Dr. Gori is particularly involved in the field of immunopathogenesis of HIV. His studies aim of explore the mechanisms by which CD4 T cells are depleted, looking to the mechanisms which operate at different stages of HIV infection. These studies examine the roles of immune homeostatis, chronic immune activation, and lymphoid tissue involvement. He currently directs a research program focused to the investigation of the immunopathogenesis of antiretroviral-treated HIV infection. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles and editorials on these and related topics.
Biography Updated on 11 May 2011