We are pleased to welcome Chandrabali Ghose-Paul, PhD, MS to the C Diff Foundation.
Chandrabali Ghose-Paul presides as the Foundation’s Chairperson of Research and Development and will be sharing news and scientific data/articles pertaining to Clostridium difficile.
Chandrabali earned her MS and PhD in Biomedical Sciences at New York University School of Medicine and MS in Biology at St. Louis University and has proudly been affiliated with Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center, affiliate of Rockefeller University, as a Research Scientist, Laboratory of Dr. David D. Ho, over the past five years. The Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center is the world’s largest private HIV/AIDS research center. The center is headed by Dr. David D. Ho, and is committed to its mission to find solutions to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic. http://www.adarc.org. The research is also focused on developing a vaccine for Clostridium difficile infection. Hospital acquired infections caused by Clostridium difficile lead to death in 10-15% of patients and leads to more than $5 billion to acute healthcare costs each year. Clostridium difficile infection is now more common than MRSA and VRE.
Welcome Chandrabali Ghose-Pau!