Dr. Mark Loeb's research interests largely focus on epidemiologic and genomic population-based studies on viral infections such as influenza, West Nile, and dengue. His current projects include an NIH population genetics research program, a CIHR-funded cluster randomized controlled trial to reduce the spread of influenza by immunizing children in Hutterite colonies, and a CIHR-funded influenza pandemic team grant to establish the natural history, as well as immunologic and genetic determinants, of influenza infection. Dr. Loeb’s clinical focus encompasses general infectious diseases.
Professor, Pathology & Molecular Medicine and Medicine
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