Michael Corley, PhD

Weill Cornell Medical Center

Dr. Corley is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Weill Cornell Medicine. He received his PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Hawaii and completed postdoctoral training in epigenetics, health disparities, immunology, and infectious disease. Dr. Corley’s research focuses on better understanding host epigenetic mechanisms in immune cells reprogrammed by HIV infection and investigating how an individual’s unique epigenetic signature predicts innate and adaptive immune cell responses and longitudinal brain health outcomes following HIV exposure. His laboratory is also dedicated to utilizing cutting-edge “omics” technologies to increase knowledge towards addressing health inequalities and infectious disease.


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