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Gregory H Taylor M.D.

Academic Title: Associate Professor
Primary Appointment: Family & Community Medicine
Secondary Appointments: Institute of Human Virology
Additional Title(s): Associate Director, Evelyn Jordan Center
gtaylor@umaryland.edu
Location: 22 S. Greene St., Suite 300
Phone: (410) 328-0861
Phone: (410) 328-1900
Fax: (410) 328-4430

Personal History:

* Associate Professor-Graduate Division, Department of Family Medicine
* Senior Faculty Member Institute of Human Virology
* Appointment Greenebaum Cancer Center
* Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
* Faculty Member, Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA)

Research Interests:

Interest in the study of issues particular to HIV infected individuals. Previous studies include separate queries into the interactions in HIV-infected women and Human papilloma virus (HPV), smoking, COPD, and menopause.

Current research include studies the interaction of diet, exercise, various antiviral therapies and metabolic complications in HIV infected women.

Also performing ongoing studies into the longitudinal interactions of HPV in HIV infected women.


Clinical Speciality:

Family medicine, HIV care

Publications:

Article: Seema U, Talwani R, Gilliam B, Taylor G, Ghosh M Cryptococcal Meningitis in an Positive Pregnant Women. J Int Assoc Of Physicians AIDS Care. Pub online 11 Feb 2011

Article: Darko AD, Dim DC, Taylor G, Watson DC, Sun CC. Placenta Cryptococcus neoformans infection without neonatal disease: case report and review of the literature. Dev Pathol. 2009 May-Jun;12(3):249-52

Article: Fantry L, Zahn M, Taylor G, Sill A, Flaws J Age of menopause and menopausal symptoms in HIV infected women. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 2005 Nov;19(11):703-11

Article: Hera A. Redfield R, Taylor G, Davis C. In vitro suppression of latent HIV-a activation by vitamin E: potential clinical implications. AIDS 2005 Vol 19 No 8 838-837

Article: Taylor G, Wolf T, Khanna N, Furth P, Langeneberg P. Genital Dysplasia in Women Infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus. The Journal of The American Board of Family Practice. March/April 2004 vol 17 p108-113

Article: Taylor G. Cytomegalovirus. American Family Physician. 2003 67:519-24.

Article: Khanna N, Brooks SE, Chen TT, Simsir A, Gordon NJ, Taylor G. Human papillomavirus absence predicts normal cervical histopatholgic findings with abnormal papanicolaou smears:a study of a university-based inner city population. J Hum Virol. 2001;4(5):283-7

Article: Taylor G, Drachenberg C, Faris-Young S. Renal Involvement of Human Parvovirus B19 in an Immunocompetent Host. Clinical Infectious Disease 2001;32:167-9

Article: Slobod K, Taylor G, Sandlund J, Furth P, Helton K, Sixbey J. Epstein-Barr virus-targeted therapy for AIDS-related primary lymphoma of the central nervous system. Lancet 2000;356:1493-4

Article: Taylor G. Spontaneous Pneumothorax. N Engl J Med 2000;343:300.