Dr. Brinda Emu MD Infectious Disease Specialist

Dr. Brinda Emu is an infectious disease specialist in New Haven, Connecticut. She received her medical degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and has been in practice for 12 years.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Infectious Disease Specialist: General Infectious Disease

Education & Medical Training

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Residency, Internal Medicine, 1998 - 2001

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Class of 1998

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Internal Medicine
Certified 13 years in Internal Medicine

American Board of Internal Medicine
Certified 9 years in Internal Medicine

CT State Medical License
Active through 2014

Publications & Presentations

Composition and Function of T Cell Subpopulations Are Slow to Change Despite Effective Antiretroviral Treatment of HIV Disease.
Emu, B.,Moretto, W. J.,Hoh, R.,Krone, M.,Martin, J. N.,Nixon, D. F.,Deeks, S. G.,McCune, J. M.

A low T regulatory cell response may contribute to both viral control and generalized immune activation in HIV controllers.
Hunt, P. W., Landay, A. L., Sinclair, E., Martinson, J. A., Hatano, H., Emu, B., Norris, P. J., Busch, M. P., Martin, J. N., Brooks, C., McCune, J. M., Deeks, S. G.

HIV disease progression correlates with the generation of dysfunctional naive CD8(low) T cells.
Favre, D., Stoddart, C. A., Emu, B., Hoh, R., Martin, J. N., Hecht, F. M., Deeks, S. G., McCune, J. M.

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