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Clive Gray

Clive Maurice Gray

Chair of Division of Immunology at UCT


Born 31-10-1961

Clive Gray is a Chair and Professor of the Division of Immunology at the University of Cape Town. He is an Adjunct Professor of the Duke University at the Department of Immunology in North Carolina. He is a cellular immunologist and his area of expertise is HIV and AIDS. He is passionate about immunology in general and aims to promote and expand immunology in South Africa through innovative teaching and establishing immunology as a specialist area in the medical curriculum. He is the director of Immunopaedia (www.immunopaedia.org), which is a novel on-line tool for clinical immunology learning.


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Business Address

Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine, 1 Anzio Road, Observatory, 7700


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Current Position(s)

Chair and Professor | Division of Immunology | University of Cape Town
Cape Town | 2011 - present

Medical, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals

Head of the Division of Immunology which encompasses basic and translational research into infectious disease within the Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine as well as an HLA typing diagnostic service within the National Health Laboratory Services at Groote Schuur Hospital.



Adjunct Professor | Department of Immunology | Duke University
North Carolina | 2003 - present

Academia, Education and Training



Previous Position(s)

Chief Specialist Scientist | AIDS Research Unit | National Institute for Communicable Diseases
Johannesburg | 1998 - 2010

Medical, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals



Lecturer | Department of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology | University of the Witwatersrand
Johannesburg | 1993 - 1995

Academia, Education and Training



Educational history

Tertiary

University of the Witwatersrand

Johannesburg | 1990 - 1994

PhD

Immunology

University of the Witwatersrand

South Africa | 1990 - 1994

PhD - Philosophy

University of Western England

Bristol, United Kingdom | 1980 - 1984

Bachelor of Science

Completed 1987

Master of Science

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Awards

Science Prize for Online Resources in Education | 2010

Awarded SPORE prize for Immunopaedia, an online resource for teaching immunology to clinicians and healthcare workers (www.immunopaedia.org.za)

International Leadership Award | Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation | 1994

Fellowship in Aids Research | Stanford University | 1995

James Gear Fellowship | Poliomyelitis Research Foundation, Stanford University Centre for Aids Research | 1995

Sandimmun (Sandoz) Award (best scientific paper presented at 15th Congress of SA Transplantation Soc and 2nd Interim Congress of SA Immunology Soc

David Hepburn Award (awarded travelling bursary to Nuffield Dept of Surgery) | Oxford University | 1989

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Numerous

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Health Professions Council of South Africa

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