Company: Texas Biomedical Research Institute
Location: San Antonio, TX, United States
Marie-Claire Gauduin, Ph.D. is an Assistant Scientist for the Texas Biomedical Research Institute, one of the world’s leading independent biomedical research institutions dedicated to advancing the health of the global community through innovative biomedical research. Dr. Gauduin specializes in HIV research and immunology, and in her current capacity, she conducts testing and reports on the results of assessments. She is also responsible for presenting research, supervising a staff of seven, teaching immunology to graduate students, and lecturing on virology. Ever passionate about her work, Dr. Gauduin has been lauded for her award-winning research and ground-breaking discoveries.
Dr. Gauduin was inspired to pursue her current career path by her early beginnings growing up in Africa, where she discovered an interest in researching infectious diseases. She went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Medical Science from New York University, and graduate Summa Cum Laude with a Master of Science in Immunology from the University of Paris VII. She has also received a Ph.D. in Microbiology and Immunology from the New York University School of Medicine. She has received a Student Intern Award, a Basic Grant Award, and a Scholar Award as granted by the Pediatric AIDS Foundation, and an Equipment Award from the Founder’s Council. She has also received a Research Award from the Foundation Forum in 2007, The Martin Goland Research Award in 2008, and The Steves Award from the Foundation Forum in 2009. She is proud to represent an organization that conducts research on cardiovascular disease, cancer, infectious diseases, new and emerging disease threats such as dengue, SARS and avian flu, and possible bioterrorism agents like anthrax and Ebola.
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