David Ho (scientist)

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David Ho
David Ho in lab.JPG
Born November 3, 1952 (1952-11-03) (age 65)
Taichung, Taiwan
Residence Chappaqua, New York
Nationality United States
Other names David Da-i Ho, 何大一
Education California Institute of Technology and Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Known for AIDS research
Spouse(s) Susan Kuo Ho
Children 3
Parent(s) Paul Ho and Sonia Jiang

David Da-i Ho (Chinese: 何大一; born November 3, 1952) is a Taiwanese-American[1][2][3][4] HIV/AIDS researcher. He was famous for understanding the treatment of HIV infection.[5] He is the scientific director and chief executive officer of the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center and the Irene Diamond Professor at Rockefeller University in New York City.

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  1. Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) noted, "Without the contributions of Taiwanese Americans, we would lack the important AIDS research of Dr. David Ho., Formosan Association for Public Affairs, MAY 2000
  2. The Taiwanese Americans, page 130-131
  3. Taiwanese-American HIV/AIDS academic joins team, The Taipei Times, Sep 04, 2011
  4. U.S. PUBLIC TV STATIONS TO BROADCAST TAIWAN TRAVEL FEATURES, Government Information Office, Republic of China (Taiwan), 12/27/2006
  5. Park, Alice (2010-01-25). "Scientist David Ho: The Man Who Could Beat AIDS". Time. Retrieved 24 January 2010.