Christina Kitchen


Christina Kitchen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biostatistics. She works closely with investigators in the clinical and basic sciences. Her applied research interests are in HIV drug resistance/mutation/recombination, viral fitness and coreceptor utilization. In her work she develops methods to understand the evolutionary dynamics of HIV pathogenesis under the selective pressure of the host immune system and antiretrovirals. She is also interested in machine learning and analysis of exists complex, high-dimensional data.