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Dora Yuk-Wai Ho

Dora Yuk-Wai Ho jsbach
Personal bio
Dora Ho received her B.A. degree in Microbiology from UC San Diego in 1984 and her Ph.D. in Virology under Dr. Edward Mocarski from Stanford University in 1990. She then joined the laboratory of Dr. Robert Sapolsky, Professor of Biology and Neurological Sciences here at Stanford, as a post-doctoral researcher to study viral vector-based gene therapy of the central nervous system. Because of her interests in Infections Diseases, in particular those related to viral infections, she decided to pursue training in medicine and enrolled into Washington University School of Medicine at St. Louis in 1997. She received her M.D. degree in 2001, then returned to the Bay Area for her residency training at the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. In 2003, she started her fellowship training in Infectious Diseases at Stanford and joined the Division of Infectious Diseases at Stanford as Clinical Assistant Professor in 2006. As a very active clinician and educator, she specializes in infections in immunocompromised hosts and is particularly interested in viral and fungal infections in transplant or cancer patients. While she very much enjoys her career in Medicine, she is also an accomplished musician. Her musical endeavors include playing the pipe organ and the piano as well as singing and choral conducting.

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