Dr. Charles Bailey earned his undergraduate degree in biology from M.I.T. and his D.V.M. from the Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. Following residency training at the New England Primate Research Center at Harvard Medical School, he achieved board-certification in veterinary anatomic pathology (Dipl. ACVP). After residency, Dr. Bailey joined the laboratory of Dr. Michael Farzan as a post-doctoral fellow where he studied innate immunology and worked collaboratively on the development of eCD4-Ig. After serving for two years as faculty in the department of Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, he joined Emmune, Inc. to aid in pre-clinical, translational model development for eCD4-Ig and AAV delivery technologies. He has broad expertise in the fields of non-human primate pathology, the pathology of simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV), animal models of disease, and general immunology and immunopathology.
Dr. Bailey is the 2010 recipient of the Norval W. King Award for Excellence in Comparative Medicine, provided by the New England Primate Research Center at Harvard Medical School.