Ann Collier

Ann C. Collier, MD, University of Washington (UW) Professor of Medicine, has been involved in HIV clinical investigation since 1982. Her main research interests are antiretroviral therapy, neurologic aspects of HIV, and primary HIV infection. She is Site PI for the NIMH-sponsored Central Nervous System Antiretroviral Effects Research (CHARTER) study. She is a member of CHARTER’s Steering Committee, Virology and Metabolic and Pharmacology Working Groups, and is collaborating with CHARTER investigators from Johns Hopkins University in analyses of adherence data from CHARTER. She has been Principal Investigator (PI) of the NIAID-sponsored UW AIDS Clinical Trials Unit since 1991. Dr. Collier is a member of the AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG) Executive Committee. She also directs the Developmental Core for the UW Center for AIDS Research and is head of the Clinical Core of the UW Seattle Primary Infection Program. Dr. Collier was the one of founders and is the former director of the Madison Clinic, the Pacific-Northwest’s largest care clinic for HIV-infected persons. She continues to be an attending physician in this clinic. She has provided primary care and consultation for persons with all stages of HIV infection and AIDS for over 25 years.