Melicent Peck, MD

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(415) 353-2626

400 Parnassus Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94117

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  • Attending Physician, UCSF School of Medicine
  • Attending Physician

Biography

Melicent Peck is a board-certified infectious diseases physician. She completed her MD/PhD training and internal medicine residency at Stanford University, infectious diseases fellowship at UCSF, and the Advanced Training in Clinical Trials certificate at UCSF. Her fellowship research focused on HIV immunopathogenesis, specifically targeting extreme phenotypes in HIV infection with a goal to develop novel approaches to HIV cure. She is currently involved in the clinical development of novel antibacterial and antiviral therapeutics. She is an attending physician at the UCSF Infectious Diseases Clinic. I am interested in HIV/AIDS research with particular interest in HIV immunopathogenesis and the development of novel therapeutics that target HIV and chronic immune activation. I have a long-standing interest in host-pathogen interactions, and I am currently studying the immunophenotypic characteristics of viremic non-progressors, a rare group of ART-naïve HIV-infected individuals that maintain normal CD4+ T cell counts in the presence of high-level viremia.

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  1. Klatt NR, Bosinger SE, Peck M, Richert-Spuhler LE, Heigele A, Gile JP, Patel N, Taaffe J, Julg B, Camerini D, Torti C, Martin JN, Deeks SG, Sinclair E, Hecht FM, Lederman MM, Paiardini M, Kirchhoff F, Brenchley JM, Hunt PW, Silvestri G. Limited HIV infection of central memory and stem cell memory CD4+ T cells is associated with lack of progression in viremic individuals. PLoS Pathog. 2014 Aug; 10(8):e1004345. View on Pubmed
  2. Peck MC, Fisher RF, Bliss R, Long SR. Isolation and characterization of mutant Sinorhizobium meliloti NodD1 proteins with altered responses to luteolin. J Bacteriol. 2013 Aug; 195(16):3714-23. View on Pubmed
  3. Peck MC, Fisher RF, Long SR. Diverse flavonoids stimulate NodD1 binding to nod gene promoters in Sinorhizobium meliloti. J Bacteriol. 2006 Aug; 188(15):5417-27. View on Pubmed
  4. Peck MC, Gaal T, Fisher RF, Gourse RL, Long SR. The RNA polymerase alpha subunit from Sinorhizobium meliloti can assemble with RNA polymerase subunits from Escherichia coli and function in basal and activated transcription both in vivo and in vitro. J Bacteriol. 2002 Jul; 184(14):3808-14. View on Pubmed
  5. Yeh KC, Peck MC, Long SR. Luteolin and GroESL modulate in vitro activity of NodD. J Bacteriol. 2002 Jan; 184(2):525-30. View on Pubmed
  6. Barnett MJ, Fisher RF, Jones T, Komp C, Abola AP, Barloy-Hubler F, Bowser L, Capela D, Galibert F, Gouzy J, Gurjal M, Hong A, Huizar L, Hyman RW, Kahn D, Kahn ML, Kalman S, Keating DH, Palm C, Peck MC, Surzycki R, Wells DH, Yeh KC, Davis RW, Federspiel NA, Long SR. Nucleotide sequence and predicted functions of the entire Sinorhizobium meliloti pSymA megaplasmid. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Aug 14; 98(17):9883-8. View on Pubmed
  7. Galibert F, Finan TM, Long SR, Puhler A, Abola P, Ampe F, Barloy-Hubler F, Barnett MJ, Becker A, Boistard P, Bothe G, Boutry M, Bowser L, Buhrmester J, Cadieu E, Capela D, Chain P, Cowie A, Davis RW, Dreano S, Federspiel NA, Fisher RF, Gloux S, Godrie T, Goffeau A, Golding B, Gouzy J, Gurjal M, Hernandez-Lucas I, Hong A, Huizar L, Hyman RW, Jones T, Kahn D, Kahn ML, Kalman S, Keating DH, Kiss E, Komp C, Lelaure V, Masuy D, Palm C, Peck MC, Pohl TM, Portetelle D, Purnelle B, Ramsperger U, Surzycki R, Thebault P, Vandenbol M, Vorholter FJ, Weidner S, Wells DH, Wong K, Yeh KC, Batut J. The composite genome of the legume symbiont Sinorhizobium meliloti. Science. 2001 Jul 27; 293(5530):668-72. View on Pubmed