Dr. Richard Sutton MD Infectious Disease Specialist

Dr. Richard Sutton is an infectious disease specialist in New Haven, Connecticut and is affiliated with Veterans Affairs Connecticut Healthcare System. He received his medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine and has been in practice for 25 years. He is one of 11 doctors at Veterans Affairs Connecticut Healthcare System who specialize in Infectious Disease.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Infectious Disease Specialist: General Infectious Disease

Education & Medical Training

University of Pennsylvania Health System
Residency, Internal Medicine, 1989 - 1992

University of California at San Francisco
Fellowship, Infectious Disease, 1992 - 1994

Stanford University School of Medicine
Class of 1989

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Pediatrics
Certified 21 years in Pediatrics

American Board of Pediatrics
Certified 8 years in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics

AZ State Medical License
Active through 2014

Publications & Presentations

ELF4 is critical for induction of type I interferon and the host antiviral response.
You, F.,Wang, P.,Yang, L.,Yang, G.,Zhao, Y. O.,Qian, F.,Walker, W.,Sutton, R.,Montgomery, R.,Lin, R.,Iwasaki, A.,Fikrig, E.

UBXN1 Interferes with Rig-I-like Receptor-Mediated Antiviral Immune Response by Targeting MAVS.
Wang, P.,Yang, L.,Cheng, G.,Yang, G.,Xu, Z.,You, F.,Sun, Q.,Lin, R.,Fikrig, E.,Sutton, R. E.

Human CRM1 augments production of infectious human and feline immunodeficiency viruses from murine cells.
Elinav, H., Wu, Y., Coskun, A., Hryckiewicz, K., Kemler, I., Hu, Y., Rogers, H., Hao, B., Ben Mamoun, C., Poeschla, E., Sutton, R.

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