Lynne M. Mofenson, M.D., is an infectious disease specialist and board-certified pediatrician who joined the PAMA Branch in 1989. She received her M.D. from Albert Einstein College of Medicine with honors (Alpha Omega Alpha). Dr. Mofenson is PAMA Branch Chief, responsible for overall program planning and the development and scientific direction of research studies and clinical trials in domestic and international pediatric, adolescent, and maternal HIV infection, disease, and AIDS. She is also project officer for the NICHD-funded multi-site Domestic and International Pediatric/Perinatal HIV Clinical Studies Network, which conducts clinical trials in treatment and management of HIV infection in infants, children, adolescents, and women both domestically and internationally, often in collaboration with other Networks, such as the Pediatric AIDS Clinical Trials Group funded by the NIAID, the Adolescent Trials Network and the Pediatric European Network for Treatment of AIDS. She serves as Executive Secretary for the U.S. Public Health Service guidelines for treatment of HIV-infected children, treatment of HIV-infected pregnant women and prevention of mother to child HIV transmission, and provides consultation to the World Health Organization on treatment guidelines in resource-limited countries.