Mary A Young


SOM Medical Educator Track -- Assistant Professor


General profile


Mary Young is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Disease. She is also Director of the HIV Women's Program and a member of the Center for the Study of Sex Differences (CSD) in Health, Aging and Disease. She is an expert on infectious diseases, HIV AIDS, and various treatments for infectious diseases. Her special interests include infectious diseases, HIV manifestations and treatment, and HIV and women. The site PI of the N.I.H. funded Women's Intra-Agency HIV Study (WIHS), which is a longitudinal study of HIV-infected women. She is also one of the Chairpersons of the GUH Institutional Review Board (IRB). She provides advice and direction on IRB protocol submissions for the GUHCtU and helps reinforce compliance with local IRB requirements. She also works closely to ensure appropriate representation of women in all trials performed at the GUH-CTU. She has contributed to and has been co-author for WIHS related presentations and publications.


  • Certification (1990) , Infectious Diseases
  • Fellowship (1989) Georgetown University Hospital,
  • Residency (1987) Georgetown University Hospital,
  • Certification (1987) , Internal Medicine
  • Internship (1985) Georgetown University Hospital,
  • MD (1984) West Virginia University Hospital,