Skip Navigation
Hopkins
Retrospective
1876-Today

John Bartlett examining AIDS patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Moore Clinic

1994
Item 213284, Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives

Professor and Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins, Dr. Bartlett is an internationally renowned authority on AIDS and other infectious diseases. Dr. Bartlett was the first to direct clinical trials in Baltimore of new treatments that prevent HIV from replicating, and he pioneered the development of dedicated inpatient and outpatient medical care for HIV-infected patients.

Creator: Bill Denison

John Bartlett examining AIDS patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Moore Clinic

Stay Connected

We want to hear from you.
Please send us your comments, questions and stories.

No events found.
Follow Hopkins Retrospective on Twitter