Associate Director UC Davis Gene Therapy Center, Associate Professor
- Internal Medicine
Dr. Anderson's clinical interests are in HIV stem cell gene therapy, and focus on translating key research findings into clinical applications for the treatment of infected individuals.
Dr. Anderson’s research interests include Hematopoietic stem cell gene therapy for the treatment of various diseases including HIV, lysosomal storage diseases, and neurological diseases. His research efforts focus on developing therapies for these diseases and moving them toward human clinical trials.
M.A.S., University of California Davis, Sacramento CA 2018
Ph.D., Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2005
B.S., University of Wisconsin, La Crosse WI 2000
Honors and Awards
Acceptance into the UC Davis Mentored Clinical Research Training Program., 2013
UC Davis Academic Federation Travel Award 2011, 2012, 2013
UC Davis Academic Federation Innovative Development Award, 2012
First place award for poster at "Medical Student Research and Poster Forum" at UC-Davis Medical Center, Symposium, 2009
American Society of Hematology Travel Award for abstract poster presentation at ASH conference, 2008