Department / Division
Medicine / Medicine-Infectious Diseases
508 Fulton Street, 111-H
Durham, NC 27705
C. difficile disease, other enteric infections, HIV infection
At this point in my life I no longer do bench research but am involved in clinical practice and am also a member of the Duke Center for Integrative Medicine. A main focus of interest for me is what some anthropologists call the “integrative mode of consciousness”, which includes among other things meditation and diverse contemplative religious practices. Specifically, I propose that by engaging in such practices while maintaining great respect for science, health care providers can enhance their effectiveness.
This faculty member has no reported relationships with industry.
Wilson, KH. Whipple disease research accelerates. Journal of Infectious Diseases. 2011;204:4-5. (2011) Abstract
Wilson, KH. Medicine's missing dimension. Transactions of the American Clinical and Climatological Association. 2010;121:309-317. (2010) Abstract
Townsend, ML; Jackson, GL; Smith, R; Wilson, KH. Association between pharmacy medication refill-based adherence rates and cd4 count and viral-load responses: A retrospective analysis in treatment-experienced adults with HIV. Clinical Therapeutics: the international peer-reviewed journal of drug therapy. 2007;29:711-716. (2007) Abstract
Wilson, KH; Brown, RS; Andersen, GL; Tsang, J; Sartor, B. Comparison of fecal biota from specific pathogen free and feral mice. Anaerobe. 2006;12:249-253. (2006) Abstract