Dr Mike Youle
After qualifying at Sheffield Medical School in the United Kingdom, Dr. Youle helped found the Kobler Clinic in London in 1986, the first purpose built integrated care and research centre in the UK for HIV and associated conditions. Other than working as a Consultant for the World Health Organization's Global Programme on AIDS and the National Programme on AIDS in Kampala, Uganda in 1991-2, Dr. Youle has devoted his entire career to the clinical care of HIV patients and research to further that end. Since 1996 he has been the Director of HIV Clinical Research at London's Royal Free Hospital as well as an Honorary Senior Lecturer in General Medicine at its associated medical school.
His numerous professional activities currently include a visting professorship at Belgrade University, Serbia and board/committee memberships for various organizations such as the British HIV Association, the MANON Therapeutic Vaccine Initiative and the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
In 2010 he founded JUSTRI, www.justri.org, an educational not-for-profit organization which educates and provides resources to improve HIV and viral hepatitis care in many settings, including South East Europe, Middle East and North Africa and India.
Publications see Pub Med http://tinyurl.com/blt69qz