Harvard, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Dan H. Barouch, M.D., Ph.D., is Director of the Center for Virology and Vaccine Research at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. In addition, he is a key part of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Collaboration for AIDS Vaccine Discovery, the National Institutes of Health Martin Delaney HIV-1 Cure Collaboratory, and the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT, and Harvard. He received his Ph.D. in immunology from Oxford University and his M.D. summa cum laude from Harvard Medical School. Dr. Barouch’s laboratory focuses on studying the immunology and virology of HIV-1 infection and developing a novel vaccine and cure strategies. He and his team have explored a series of novel vaccine technologies, and he is also working on strategies to address other global infectious diseases. Dr. Barouch’s laboratory focuses on studying the immunology and virology of HIV-1 infection and developing novel vaccine and eradication strategies. He has also applied his vaccine expertise to other infectious diseases such as Zika virus and tuberculosis. He has advanced novel adenovirus vector-based HIV-1 vaccine candidates from concept and design to preclinical testing, ten phases 1/2a clinical trials, and a large phase 2b efficacy trial with the mosaic Ad26/Env vaccine in sub-Saharan Africa. He has also pioneered the use of broadly neutralizing antibodies for HIV-1 cure strategies, and a series of phase 1 clinical trials are currently underway. Dr. Barouch also led the world’s first demonstration of Zika vaccine protection in preclinical studies and has launched a series of phase 1 Zika vaccine clinical trials. Dr. Barouch is board certified in internal medicine and infectious diseases, and he is committed to mentoring students, clinical fellows, research fellows, and junior faculty and to providing clinical care to patients with infectious diseases.