Jenna Bone Honeycutt works in the lab at UNC School of Medicine. Honeycutt's most recent work may change the way doctors treat HIV.
Well Said: HIV research
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is home to some of the world’s best HIV research. Numerous teams of researchers are tirelessly investigating the virus, which infects nearly 37 million people around the world.
One of the those projects, led by Jenna Bone Honeycutt, has recently made to a key discovery that could change the way treatments target the virus.
In this week’s episode, we’re talking about the recent findings with Honeycutt, a postdoctoral research fellow with the UNC School of Medicine.
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Published May 31, 2017.