Arne Kroidl

Arne Kroidl is an HIV researcher, infectious disease and internal medicine specialist at the Institute of Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease, University Clinic of Munich (LMU). Dr. Kroidl is also a chief of HIV clinical trials at LMU and a member of the German Center for Infection Research (DZIF). Dr. Kroidl attained his Medical degree from Humboldt University Berlin in 1998 and did his medical internship at the Bernhard-Nocht-Institute for Tropical Medicine in Hamburg, Germany. He started practicing and training for a Medical speciality at the University Clinic of Düsseldorf (Clinic for Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Infectious Diseases) from 2000 where he specialized in internal medicine and infectious diseases in 2006/2007. Since 2007, Dr. Kroidl has been working at LMU as the head of the HIV clinical trials – where he is involved in HIV clinical/vaccine trials and cohort studies in Mbeya, Tanzania. He is also the Principle co-Investigator of the “HIV and HPV interaction” study. Dr. Kroidl has published over 10 peer-reviewed publications in the field of HIV and other infectious diseases. He is a member of the German Society of Internal Medicine (DGIM), German Society of Infectious Diseases (DGI), German AIDS Society (DAIG) and German Society of Tropical Medicine (DTG).

 

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