Elizabeth Connick, MD

Professor, Medicine
Division Chief, Infectious Disease
Professor, Immunobiology
Phone Number: 
(520) 626-6887

Research Information

Research Program: 
Cancer Biology
Member Status: 
Research Member
Year of Membership Acceptance: 
2016
Research Focus: 

Dr. Connick's research is focused on understanding the immunopathogenesis of HIV infection. She has been involved in clinical trials of a variety of immune therapies for HIV infection since 1994. She has also pursued laboratory-based investigations of HIV immunopathogenesis for the past 20 years particularly studies of acute HIV infection, virus tropism, immune reconstitution, cardiovascular disease, and HIV infection in women. 

Dr. Connick's specific expertise in studies of HIV pathogenesis in lymphoid tissues, where the majority of HIV replication and CD4+ T cell destruction occurs. She currently has R01 bridge funding to investigate the mechanisms underlying HIV’s evasion of cytotoxic T cell responses in lymphoid tissues, and is co-PI of a R01 investigating the impact of exercise on endothelial dysfunction in HIV-infected individuals.

Selected Publications: 

Academic Information

Fellowship: 
University of Colorado School of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases
Residency: 
Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York, NY
Medical School: 
Harvard Medical School
Undergraduate School: 
BA, Anthropology, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA