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Department of Internal Medicine

Infectious Diseases

Photo of  M. Ali Rai, MD, PhD

M. Ali Rai, MD, PhD

Clinical Interest

Infectious Disease

Research Interests

Immunology in the pathogenesis of infectious diseases.

Specialties

Infectious Disease
Internal Medicine

Education/Credentials
  • MD: MBBS: Aga Khan University
  • PhD: DPhil in Clinical Medicine (Rhodes Scholarship and NDM Prize Studentship): University of Oxford
Contact Information
  • Internal Medicine
  • Medical Sciences Building Room 6105A
  • 231 Albert Sabin Way
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45267
  • Office 513-558-4704
  • Fax 513-558-2089
  • Email mohammad.rai@uc.edu

Peer Reviewed Publications

Rai, Mohammad A; Pannek, Sam; Fichtenbaum, Carl J 2018. Emerging reverse transcriptase inhibitors for HIV-1 infection. Expert opinion on emerging drugs, 23 2, 149-157

Abstract Publications

Rai, M.A., Zhang, Y., Yindom, L.M., Holmes, J., Yu, L.M., Hao, C., Rostron, T., Yan, H., Zhang, Y.L., Cai, C. and Mcmichael, A.J. 2013. HLA correlates in a cohort of slow progressors from China: Effects on HIV-1 disease progression AIDS, 27(17) , 2822

Rai, M.A. 2011. Epidemic: Control of dengue fever in Pakistan Nature, 479(7371) , 41

Rai, M.A., Khanani, M.R., Warraich, H.J., Hayat, A. and Ali, S.H. 2008. Crimean‐Congo hemorrhagic fever in Pakistan Journal of medical virology, 80(6) , 1004