Dr. Michael Anthony Moody MD
Infectious Disease Specialist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Infectious Diseases4101 N Roxboro St Durham NC, 27704
Dr. Michael Moody is a pediatric infectious disease specialist practicing in Durham, NC. Dr. Moody specializes in recurring or persistent diseases caused by bacteria, parasites or fungus in infants, children and adolescents. Pediatric infectious disease specialists also provide consultation to other health care professionals dealing with complex cases.
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP- Pediatric Infectious Diseases
DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyABD- 2007
Expert PublicationsData provided by the National Library of Medicine
- Antibody polyspecificity and neutralization of HIV-1: a hypothesis.
- Antigen-specific B cell detection reagents: use and quality control.
- Polychromatic plots: graphical display of multidimensional data.
- High-throughput isolation of immunoglobulin genes from single human B cells and expression as monoclonal antibodies.
- HIV-1 envelope induces memory B cell responses that correlate with plasma antibody levels after envelope gp120 protein vaccination or HIV-1 infection.
- Cross-reactive monoclonal antibodies to multiple HIV-1 subtype and SIVcpz envelope glycoproteins.
- Functional, non-clonal IgMa-restricted B cell receptor interactions with the HIV-1 envelope gp41 membrane proximal external region.
- Necrotizing fasciitis caused by Haemophilus influenzae type E in a 17-year-old girl with systemic lupus erythematosus.
- Anti-phospholipid human monoclonal antibodies inhibit CCR5-tropic HIV-1 and induce beta-chemokines.
- The humoral response to HIV-1: new insights, renewed focus.
- B cell responses to HIV-1 infection and vaccination: pathways to preventing infection.
- Role of immune mechanisms in induction of HIV-1 broadly neutralizing antibodies.
- Isolation of a monoclonal antibody that targets the alpha-2 helix of gp120 and represents the initial autologous neutralizing-antibody response in an HIV-1 subtype C-infected individual.
- Broadly neutralizing human antibody that recognizes the receptor-binding pocket of influenza virus hemagglutinin.
- Isolation of a human anti-HIV gp41 membrane proximal region neutralizing antibody by antigen-specific single B cell sorting.
- Member Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society
- Member Infectious Diseases Society of America
- Member American Board of Pediatrics
- Member American Association of Pediatrics
- Duke University School of Medicine, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, NC, USA 2006
- Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Duke University School of Medicine 2003
Dr. Michael Anthony Moody MD's Practice location
- Are there any alternative methods of immunization for my child apart from the vaccinations?
Center for Disease control (CDC) and Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (APIC) have 14 vaccinations before the age of 2 years. This makes some parents concerned as it might overwhelm the immune system of their child. There are two options that parents can opt for• Selective vaccine...
- Does My Child have Whooping Cough?
What is pertussis?Pertussis, or whooping cough, is a highly contagious airborne disease of the respiratory system and can occur in children, adolescents, and adults of any age, unless they are vaccinated. The frequency of the occurrence in the U.S. are very promising, as annually there are 5,000 to...
- What Is Cytomegalovirus?
What is cytomegalovirus?Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a member of the herpes virus family. Others viruses that belong to the same family are:...
- What Can Make Me Think that My Baby Has Mumps?
How Can My Baby Catch Mumps?The causing agent of mumps is the virus of mumps (paramyxovirus). Mumps is a disease which falls under the so-called group of childrens' disease. However, adults can also contract mumps. The difference between this disease in kids and grown-ups is the severity of the...
- What to Expect on Your Future Visits to the Doctor After You Have Been Diagnosed with Lyme Disease
A diagnosis of Lyme disease immediately calls for a 2-4 week course of antibiotics. Doxycycline, amoxicillin, and cefuroxime axetil are some of the antibiotics most commonly used to treat Lyme disease. However, treatment may still vary depending on the symptoms present and the stage at which the...
- Facts About Meningitis Vaccines
IntroductionThe only way to prevent serious and life-threatening diseases such as meningitis is through vaccination. Meningitis can also be caused by viral, bacterial, and fungal infections. The infection usually affects the meninges or membranes that enclose the brain and spinal cord. Although...
- Dr. William Steinbach M.D.2100 Erwin Rd Durham NC 27710
- Dr. Paul Michael Lantos MD2100 Erwin Rd Durham NC 27710
- Dr. Robert Drucker M.D.2100 Erwin Rd Durham NC 27710
- Dr. Albert Collier MD101 Manning Dr Chapel Hill NC 27599
- Dr. Thomas H Belhorn MD101 Manning Dr Chapel Hill NC 27599
- Dr. Leonard Stein MD101 Manning Dr Chapel Hill NC 27599