McGill University
Clinical, Epidemiology
Clinical, Epidemiology, HIV-HCV coinfection

Division of Infectious Diseases and Chronic Viral Illness Service

Glen site, McGill University Health Centre

1001 Decarie Boulevard D02.4110

Montreal, Qc, Canada  H4A 3J1

514) 934-1934 ext. 44751
(514) 843-2092

Dr. Marina Klein is Professor of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, Canada in the Division of Infectious Diseases/Chronic Viral Illnesses. She graduated from McGill Medical School (1991) and received her training in Internal Medicine at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal. She completed a research fellowship in Infectious Diseases at the University of Minnesota in 1998 and then returned to McGill University where she received a Master's degree in Epidemiology and Biostatistics (2003). Her clinical interests focus on treatment of patients with HIV and chronic viral hepatitis. She is a prominent researcher in clinical and epidemiologic aspects of HIV and Hepatitis C co-infection and leads a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) funded prospective cohort study of over 1200 HIV-HCV co-infected patients to study the interaction of these chronic viral infections. She has also been a principal investigator in several clinical trials of HIV-HCV co-infection. Dr. Klein is also involved in a number of observational epidemiologic research collaborations (e.g. NA-ACCORD and CANOC) focused on understanding longterm clinical and treatment outcomes in HIV and in HIV-HCV co-infection where she has assumed a leadership role in scientific steering committees. She is currently serving as IAS Governing Council representative for the North American Region. In 2014 she assumed the role of National Co-Director of the CIHR-Canadian HIV Trials Network