Columbia University College of Physicians/Surgeons
St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center, NY
Stanford Universtiy Medical Center, CA
Dr. Skowron is Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Roger Williams Medical Center and a Professor of Medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine. She also holds an appointment as Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine at Brown University School of Medicine. She completed her medical training at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, her Internal Medicine residency at St. Luke's Hospital in New York City, and her Infectious Disease fellowship training at Stanford University School of Medicine.She established the HIV/AIDS clinical research program and the HIV Immunology Laboratory at Roger Williams Hospital in 1990. She directs the HIV Complete Care Program, which receives Ryan White Part B funding. Clinical research interests include: evaluation of new antiretroviral agents and immune modulators, pharmacokinetic interactions of antiretroviral combination therapy and HIV resistance. She is director of the HIV Immunology Laboratory, which studies the mechanism of CD4 cell depletion in HIV disease, including the evaluation of lymph node and gut-associated lymphoid tissues.
Gail Skowron, MD