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Ighovwerha  Ofotokun


Jointly Appointed, Behavioral/Social/Health Educ

Dr. Ofotokun is a Professor of Medicine at Emory University, Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases. His career is devoted to the care for women living with HIV/AIDS, conducting translational research in HIV/AIDS, and the training of the next generation of clinician scientists. Specifically, his research focuses on antiretroviral clinical pharmacology and long-term complications of HIV disease management among HIV-infected women. His work is well supported by extramural funding and he is the co-PI of NIH funded Atlanta Women’s Interagency HIV Study (WIHS). To date, Dr. Ofotokun has served as a mentor for over 20 trainees, a majority of who have remained in academic medicine and have received major career awards, including NIH funding. 

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  • M.Sc 2005, Emory University
  • MB:BS 1990, University of Benin
  • B.Sc. 1983, University of Ibadan


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