Biography

Roberto C. Arduino, M.D. is an expert in HIV care and clinical research. He graduated from Universidad de Buenos Aires Medical School in 1982, trained in internal medicine from 1982 through 1987, and completed his fellowship in infectious diseases in 1989 in Buenos Aires. He did additional infectious diseases training at McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth Houston) from 1990-1994.

Dr. Arduino has been actively involved in externally funded HIV research as a Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at UTHealth Houston. His current research includes clinical studies of new antiretroviral drugs, treatment strategies, immune activation/inflammation, and HIV remission/cure. Dr. Arduino is the leader of the NIH-funded Houston AIDS Research Team (HART), which is a Clinical Research Site (CRS) for the AIDS Clinical Trial Group (ACTG) network and a protocol-specific site for the HIV Prevention Trials Network (HPTN) for HPTN 083, HPTN 091 and HPTN 094.

Education

Medical Degree
Universidad de Buenos Aires Facultad de Medicina (Medical School)
Residency in Internal Medicine
Hospital de Clinicas - Universidad de Buenos Aires Facultad de Medicina (Medical School)
Fellowship in Infectious Diseases
Sanatorio G├╝emes, Department of Infectious Diseases and Preventive Medicine (Buenos Aires)
Fellowship in Infectious Diseases
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth)