Deborah Paul Creates Endowment at UIUC for AIDS Research

Deborah Paul (M.S. biology 1979) was one of the first AIDS researchers to develop a method for detecting HIV in the blood.

Deborah Paul (M.S. biology 1979) was one of the first AIDS researchers to develop a method for detecting HIV in the blood. She was also part of the team that developed Norvir, a drug used in AIDS treatment. She recently created an endowment at the U of I to fund immunological research.

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