Timothée Boyer Chammard, M.D., is an Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine clinical specialist. He is currently working in clinical research in Molecular Mycology unit.
He is mainly involved as a clinical advisor in the AMBITION-cm clinical international trial on management of cryptococcal meningo-encephalitis in Sub-Saharan Africa, held at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine(LSHTM), conducted in Botswana, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Uganda and South Africa. He is also working closely with the DREAMM Study team, based in St George’s University of London, an international implementation study, co-funded by EDCTP and ANRS, on HIV-associated meningo-encephalitis diagnosis and management, with the use of bedside-based rapid diagnostic tests, conducted in Tanzania, Malawi and Cameroon.
He received his M.D. and Infectious Diseases specialty from Paris VII University and worked in ID units in several teaching hospitals in Paris. He also spent 2 years in the Infectious Diseases Unit of the Guadeloupe University Hospital, in the French Caribbean Islands, during the Zika virus outbreak. He is now also working as a physician in the ID unit of Paris Necker teaching hospital. His research interests include cryptococcal meningo-encephalitis in HIV and non-HIV infected patients, advanced AIDS disease, Medical Mycology and Tropical Medicine.