Work in the Sodora Lab primarily focuses on two principal areas of HIV research: HIV transmission and HIV-induced disease and immune factors that impact progression to AIDS. Collectively, these research strategies are designed to produce novel vaccine approaches and immune therapies that will decrease the spread of HIV and/or prevent disease progression in HIV-infected people.
About Dr. Don Sodora
Don Sodora, PhD, is a professor at the Center for Global Infectious Disease Research. He joined in 2007 to advance the center’s mission in the field of HIV research. Don received his PhD in microbiology from the University of Pennsylvania. He performed postdoctoral research at Stanford University and the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center in New York. Sodora has collaborators in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Oregon, Northern Ireland and Cape Town, South Africa. He is dedicated to the training of undergraduate and graduate students, including serving on the Graduate Student Advisory Committee for the Pathobiology Graduate Program at the University of Washington. Outside of the lab, he enjoys spending time with his friends and family, traveling, hiking, taking photographs and camping.