Elizabeth Gresham Livingston
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Maternal-Fetal HIV Transmission

Diabetes in pregnancy

GYN care in HIV infected adolescents and mothers, adult and pediatric

Ultrasound in pregnancy

Medical Education

Current Research Interests

My academic and clinical expertise is in the area of HIV infection in pregnancy. I have participated in the ACTG (Aids Clinical Trial Group as well as PACTG/IMPAACT and the AACTG) since 1988. My specific interest is in complications of medical and surgical treatments for HIV infected pregnant women. I have served as a principal investigator on ACTG 249 (DDI pharmacokinetic s in pregnancy) and AACTG 5084 (Metabolic complications of protease inhibitors in pregnancy).  I have a long time affiliation with the Duke Adult and Pediatric infectious disease clinics both for research and for clinical management of mothers and babies. Additionally I have clinical expertise in the care of diabetes in pregnancy, prenatal diagnosis and general high risk pregnancy care. I am an active member of the Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine and fully participate in our research efforts through recruitment of patients to trials within our division. I am involved in the education of medical students and residents and have an academic interest in mistreatment in medical education.

Current Appointments & Affiliations

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