- Kailash Gupta, NIAID, NIH, United States
- Ramesh Akkina, Colorado State University, United States
- Jintanat Ananworanich, HIV- NAT, Thailand
- Gita Ramjee, South African Medical Research Council
- Greg T Spear, Rush University Medical Center, United States
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Aims & scope
AIDS Research and Therapy is an open access, peer reviewed journal publishing basic science and clinically important research articles to help abate the spread of AIDS.
The journal is edited by Kailash C. Gupta with the assistance of an expert Editorial Board, including Deputy Editors Greg T. Spear (united States), Ramesh Akkina (United States), Jintanat Ananworanich (Thailand) and Gita Ramjee (South Africa).
After receiving his PhD in Cell Biology from Indian Institute of Science in India Dr. Gupta moved to USA. Professor Gupta's laboratory at the Rush Medical Center in Chicago specialized in negative-sense RNA viruses, regulation of protein synthesis, role of phosphorylation, and broadly neutralizing antibodies for HIV. For the past decade he has been interested in novel therapeutic approaches including nanotechnology to curb AIDS. At NIH he oversees a portfolio of grants, contracts and program projects with a goal to promote, encourage, and facilitate research toward reducing the burden of AIDS.
Realizing the importance of online open access publication for dissemination of education, science, and control of AIDS (AIDS Res Ther. 2004 Dec 14;1:1), Dr. Gupta founded AIDS Research and Therapy in 2004.