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Hospital Universitario Virgen de la Victoria (Málaga)

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The Clinical Research in HIV Infection, Endovascular infection and Bacteremia group, was set up in the 90s at University Hospital Virgen de la Victoria (Málaga, Spain) and is currently under the leadership of Dr. Jesús Santos. Our group belongs to the Institute of Biomedical Research from Malaga (IBIMA), being also integrated in the Spanish AIDS Research Network (RIS) from the year 2006 as well as in other local and national research networks related to infectious diseases.

Lines of research:

  • HIV Infection: HIV epidemiological surveillance at the local level.
  • Antiretroviral therapy (ART).
  • Comorbidities in HIV (ENOS) patients.
  • HIV-coinfection with hepatotropic viruses. 
  • Molecular epidemiology of HIV and description of HIV outbreaks.
  • Other sexual transmitted infections. 
  • Cardiovascular infections.
  • Infectious diseases prevalent within the community besides imported infections.
  • Osteoarticular and soft tissue infections.
  • Bacteremia and candidemia.

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Jesús Santos
Carmen María González
Rosario Palacios
Isabel Viciana

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Publications

  • Pharmacological aspects of darunavir/cobicistat. 
    González-Domenech CM, Palacios R, Santos J.  Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin. 2016; 34 Suppl 1: 30-33. PMID: 28081761. 
  • Does Syphilis Impact on HIV Infection When Both Diagnoses are Concomitant? 
    Palacios R, González-Domenech CM, Antequera I, RuizMorales, Nuño E, Márquez M, Clavijo E, Santos J.  Clin Res Infect Dis 3: 1045. 
  • Efficacy and safety of switching to abacavir/lamivudine (ABC/3TC) plus rilpivirine (RPV) in virologically suppressed HIV-infected patients on HAART. 
    Palacios R, Pérez-Hernández IA, Martínez MA, Mayorga ML, González-Domenech CM, Omar M, Olalla J, Romero A, Romero JM, Pérez-Camacho I, Hernández-Quero J, Santos J.  Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis. 2016; 35: 815-819. PMID: 26879392. 
  • Clinical, virological and phylogenetic characterization of a multiresistant HIV-1 strain outbreak in naive patients in southern Spain. 
    Viciana I, González-Domenech CM, Palacios R, Delgado M, Del Arco A, Tellez F, Jarilla F, Fernández S, Clavijo E, Santos J.  J Antimicrob Chemother. 2016; 71: 357-361. PMID: 26483513. 
  • Syphilis and human immunodeficiency virus infection: an endemic infection in men who have sex with men. 
    González-Domenech CM, Antequera Martín-Portugués I, Clavijo-Frutos E, Márquez-Solero M, Santos-González J, Palacios-Muñoz R.  Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin. 2015; 33: 32-36. PMID: 25444048. 
  • Risk, predictors, and mortality associated with non-AIDS events in newly diagnosed HIV-infected patients: role of antiretroviral therapy. 
    Masiá M, Padilla S, Álvarez D, López JC, Santos I, Soriano V, Hernández-Quero J, Santos J, Tural C, del Amo J, Gutiérrez F; CoRIS.  AIDS. 2013; 27: 181-189. PMID: 23018442. 
  • High prevalence of pulmonary arterial hypertension in a cohort of asymptomatic HIV-infected patients. 
    Isasti G, Moreno T, Pérez I, Cabrera F, Palacios R, Santos J.  AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses. 2013; 29: 231-234. PMID: 22849654. 8. 
  • Very low prevalence and no clinical significance of occult hepatitis B in a cohort of HIV-infected patients with isolated anti-HBc seropositivity: the BHOI study. 
    Palacios R1, Mata R, Hidalgo A, Muñoz L, Viciana I, Del Arco A, López-Cortés LF, Peña A, de la Torre J, Santos J; Grupo HEPAVIR de SAEI.  HIV Clin Trials. 2008; 9: 337-340. PMID: 18977722. 
  • Prevalence of primary resistance mutations in patients with newly diagnosed HIV infection in the province of Málaga (Spain). 
    Palacios R, Viciana I, Pérez de Pedro I, de la Torre J, Ropero F, Fernández S, Salgado F, Roldán J, de Dios Colmenero J, Márquez M, Santos J; Grupo Malagueño para el Estudio de las Enfermedades Infecciosas.  Enferm Infecc Microbiol Clin 2008; 26: 141-145. PMID: 18358212. 
  • A case-control study of HIV patients with the K65R mutation in the reverse transcriptase gene with virological failure. 
    Palacios R, Viciana I, Lopez-Ruz MA, Rivero A, Ríos MJ, García F, Lozano AB, Nogales MC, Lozano F, Santos J; Kaser Group.  AIDS. 2005; 19: 1928-1930. PMID: 16227808. 

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