Resident honored for medical research


Dr. Katherine Luzuriaga was recently recognized by Time magazine in its recent cover story on the 100 most influential people worldwide. Luzuriaga, director of the center for clinical and translational science at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, was honored with two other women doctors for their research into the cure of a child born with the HIV virus. Luzuriaga and her physician husband, Dr. Lloyd Alderson, have been Harvard residents for 17 years.

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