Michael Boeckh is a full member of the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle. Dr. Boeckh is a member of University of Washington Physicians , a not-for-profit group practice of physician specialists caring for patients at various sites in Seattle. His clinical area of expertise lie in infections in the immunocompromised host with areas of particular interest in diagnosis, prevention and treatment of CMV, VZV, BK virus, adenovirus and respiratory virus infections. Dr. Boeckh's research projects focus on aspects of cytomegalovirus and respiratory viruses in transplant recipients, as well as the genetic basis of host susceptibility to outcome of infectious complications after transplantation. He has published more than 150 peer reviewed articles and numerous review articles and book chapters in the field of transplant infectious diseases.
Raymund R Razonable is the associate chair for faculty development and diversity in the division of infectious diseases, the chair of the transplant infectious diseases program, and an associate professor of medicine at the College of Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Dr. Razonable’s clinical and research interests are centered on transplant infections. He has published over 100 original and review articles, book chapters, and other manuscripts in the field of infectious diseases. Dr. Razonable has served as a reviewer for over 20 medical and scientific journals and is currently editor of Transplant Infectious Diseases, member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Infectious Diseases and has served in panels that develop national and international guidelines for the management of infections. Dr. Razonable is currently a member of the American Society for Microbiology, Infectious Disease Society of America, Immunocompromised Host Society, the Transplantation Society, and the American Society of Transplantation.