Duong Van Anh, MSc.
Research Assistant – CNS and HIV Infections Group.
Van Anh received her BSc in biotechnology from Ho Chi Minh Open University in 2006 and her MSc from Ho Chi Minh Technology University in 2012. She started working at OUCRU in 2007 where she has developed the capacity of the Mycology Research Laboratory to support the associated clinical trials. Her particular interest is developing antifungal susceptibility models. She also has a passion for parasitology, particularly Fasciolosis, and a study of the epidemiology of Fasciola in cattle in Quang Ngai, Viet Nam formed the basis of her MSc thesis.
Day JN, Tran THC, Wolbers M, Pham PM, Nguyen TD, Nguyen HM, Nguyen HP, Ho DN, Nguyen DP, Cao QT, Le HT, Ly VC, Dinh XS, Duong VA, et al. Combination Antifungal Therapy for Cryptococcal Meningitis. N Engl J Med. 2013; 368, pp. 1291-1302.
Day JN, Thu NH, Duong VA, Chau TTH, Pham TD, Campbell JA, et al. Most Cases of Cryptococcal Meningitis in HIV-Uninfected Patients in Vietnam Are Due to a Distinct Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism-Defined Cluster of Cryptococcus neoformans var. grubii VN1. J Clin Microbiol. 2011; 49 (2), pp. 658-664.
Tran TC, Nguyen HM, Nguyen HP, Ho DN, Ly VC, Dinh XS, Duong VA, et al. A prospective descriptive study of cryptococcal meningitis in HIV uninfected patients in Vietnam – high prevalence of Cryptococcus neoformans var. grubii in the absence of underlying disease. BMC Infectious Diseases. 2010; 10, pp. 199.