Nadim Shohdy, Assistant Dean, Therapeutics Alliances

Nadim ShodyDr. Nadim Shohdy received his PhD with Distinction in Microbiology from Columbia University and was the 2006 Richard C. Parker Graduate Student Award recipient. His thesis work in Dr. Howard Shuman's lab focused on elucidating virulence mechanisms of Legionella pneumophila. Dr. Shohdy completed his postdoctoral training at the Rockefeller University where he was awarded an NRSA Fellowship to study the cell biology of hepatitis C virus in Dr. Charles Rice's lab. During this time, Dr. Shohdy was a Co-Founder of the Rockefeller University Biotechnology Forum. Dr. Shohdy then joined the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI), a non-profit product development partnership, as a Research Analyst in IAVI’s Innovation Fund where he was involved in developing and managing collaborative alliances with biotechnology companies and academia.