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10th World Congress on Virology and Mycology

Singapore City, singapore

Ganesh Shanmugasundaram Anusuya


Ganesh Shanmugasundaram Anusuya

Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital, India

Biography

Dr Ganesh .S.A  has been working in the field of HIV/AIDS since 2006 in India .Has worked as Tamil nadu State AIDS Control (TANSACS) STI medical officer , ART medical officer and HIV Community care centre medical officer . After undergraduation , completed his fellowship in HIV Medicine from Government Hospital of Thoracic Medicine (GHTM), Tambaram ,  which is a centre of excellence for HIV treatment , care and support in India. Has been selected as best outgoing fellow and worked as chief fellow in International Training and Education Centre for Health , India. Subsequently completed his MD in Community Medicine from Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital (SBMCH) , Bharath University,  Chennai. He was the first person as principal investigator  to study about discordant response to ART in patients  enrolled in a Government programme in India. Has done International Presentations of his research work in Africa , UK , India , France , and in USA with many publications .Has been nominated by GHTM and SBMCH for the SAARC Prize on HIV/AIDS 2016  pertaining to his contributions in HIV research . His area of research interest are discordant response to ART , virology , Quality of life , clinical immunology and public health . Currently  involved in HIV research , undergraduate & postgraduate teaching , incharge of free medical camp activities , guiding PhD candidates , conducting conferences , CME , and Public health awareness programmes  in SBMCH as an assistant professor in community medicine department .  

Abstract

Abstract : Immunological and virological discordance in patients on antiretroviral therapy: Still a grey area in HIV research