Samuel Vidal, M.D., Ph.D.Post-Doctoral Fellow
Sam is a fellow in the BWH/MGH infectious disease program. He studied chemistry at Haverford (’08) and joined the MSTP at Columbia (’16) where his thesis focused on taxane resistance in advanced carcinomas. During medical school he became interested in vulnerable populations and after internal medicine residency at NYP-Columbia (’18) he moved to Boston for fellowship. He joined the Barouch lab’s HIV and TB vaccine efforts after completing clinical training in the summer of ’19. Outside the lab he enjoys his outpatient clinic, volunteering, and trips to visit his family in France and New York.