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The Body Covers: The 12th International AIDS Conference

Ian Frank, M.D.

Ian Frank, M.D.
Dr. Ian Frank has worked for the past ten years in the Infectious Diseases Division of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania where he serves as an Attending Physician; Director, Antiretroviral Clinical Research; and Associate Professor, Department of Medicine. Formerly he was Director, Immunodeficiency Program Clinic, and Director, Outpatient Infectious Diseases Program also at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Frank is on numerous hospital and medical school committees, and national committees, such as the Undergraduate Medical Education Committee; the Institutional Review Board; the Medical Center AIDS Committee; and the Medical School HIV Curriculum Committee. He has also worked on the HIV Research Agenda Committee, Protease Inhibitor Focus Group, Adult AIDS Clinical Trials Group; and the Combination Therapy Working Group of Primary Therapy Committee, Adult AIDS Clinical Trials Group.

Dr. Frank received his M.D. from Dartmouth Medical School and is a member of many professional and scientific societies, including the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Infectious Diseases Society of America, and the International AIDS Society.

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