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Judith Feinberg, M.D.

Judith Feinberg, M.D.
Judith Feinberg, M.D. is a Professor of Medicine at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. She is currently a principal investigator for the AIDS Clinical Trials Unit, where she has worked since 1990. Her professional experience also has included an associate professorship at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and work involving the research and treatment of AIDS at the National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases.

Dr. Feinberg received her undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago and her medical degree from Rush Medical College in Chicago. She completed her residency at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center in Chicago, before heading west for a fellowship in Infectious Diseases at the University of California. She is a board-certified specialist in Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine.

In addition, Dr. Feinberg has chaired the Coordinating Committee on Therapeutics at the Office of AIDS Research of the National Institutes of Health. She is an active member of the International AIDS Society USA Advanced Disease Advisory Board and has been a member of many AIDS task forces and clinical trial groups. She is also involved with numerous professional organizations, including the American College of Physicians, the International AIDS Society, and the International Society for Antiviral Research.

Dr. Feinberg writes extensively about the treatment and prophylaxis of opportunistic infections in major medical journals as well as in recent books on AIDS. She is currently associate editor of AIDS Clinical Care and section editor of Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice.

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