James Mullins


University of Washington


Biophysical and Structural Biology

Microbiology, Infection & Immunity

HIV pathogenesis, reservoirs and vaccine

Faculty Contact Information

Building: Rosen Room: 358 Box: 358070 Phone: 206-732-6163

Research Summary

The Mullins lab uses the techniques of molecular, computational and virus biology to provide basic insights into the HIV-human host relationship. They use a variety of techniques to understand the implications of HIV’s extraordinary genetic diversity for the pathogenesis of AIDS, with the intention of applying this information to the development of more effective therapies and vaccines. projects include defining HIV reservoirs during therapy, assessing the impact of vaccines upon virus infection and during infection, and defining signals of acute onset disease progression.

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Lab Information

Location: University of Washington
Building: South Lake Union, Rosen Building
Room: 358
Box: 358070
Phone: 206-732-6080