Dr. Carpenter is Director of the Lifespan/Tufts/Brown Center for AIDS Research. He has served as Chair of the Treatment Subcommittee of the Congressionally mandated NAS/IOM Committee to evaluate the President's Emergency Plan for HIV/AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).
Dr. Carpenter has been involved in the care of persons living with HIV since 1982. He served as the site Director of the longitudinal CDC-supported HIV Epidemiology Research Study (HERS) from 1992-1999, and then as Principal Investigator of the CDC-supported SUN Study of the Natural History of HIV/AIDS in the era of effective antiretroviral therapy from 2004-2011.
Dr. Carpenter has been a member of the Executive Committee of the Brown University Fogarty AITRP Program since its inception, has participated in the training of Fogarty fellows from each of the participating sites, and is currently involved in on-going research in Chennai, India.
Carpenter CCJ. Universal access to antiretroviral therapy: When, not if. Editorial Clin Inf Dis 42:260-1, 2006.
Tashima KT, Carpenter CCJ. Fusion inhibition – A major but costly step forward in HIV-1 treatment. N Engl J Med 348:2249-50, 2003.
Carpenter CCJ, Cooper DA, Fischl MA, Gatell JM, Gazzard BG, et. al. Antiretroviral therapy in adults. Updated recommendations of the International AIDS Society-USA panel. JAMA 283(3):381-90, 2000.
Feinberg MB, Carpenter C, Fauci AS, Stanley SK, Cohen O, Bartlett JG, Kaplan JE, Abrutyn E. Report of the NIH panel to define principles of therapy of HIV infection and guidelines for the use of antiretroviral agents in HIV-infected adults and adolescents. Ann Int Med 128:12(2):1057-1100, 1998.
Carpenter CCJ, Fischl MA, Hammer SM, Hirsch MS, Jacobsen DM, et. al. Antiretroviral therapy for HIV infection in 1996: Recommendations of an international panel. JAMA 276:146-54, 1996.
Carpenter CCJ, Mayer KH, Stein MD, Leibman BD, Fisher A, Fiore TC. HIV infection in North American women: experience with 200 cases and a review of the literature. Medicine 70(5):307?325, 1991.
Carpenter CCJ. Today's Challenge: Rigorous Biomedical Science, Globally Applied. Presidential Address, Association of American Physicians. Trans Assoc Am Phys 101:cxx-cxxiii, 1988.
Carpenter CCJ. Oral rehydration: is it good enough for the developed world? Editorial. New Engl J Med 306:1103, 1982.
Guerrant RL, Ganguly V, Casper AGT, Moore EJ, Pierce NF, Carpenter CCJ. Effect of Escherichia Coli on fluid transport across canine small bowel. J Clin Invest 52:1707, 1973.
Pierce NF, Greenough WB, Carpenter CCJ. Vibrio cholerae enterotoxin and its mode of action. Bact Rev 25:1, 1971.
Carpenter CCJ, Greenough WB. Response of the canine duodenum to intraluminal challenge with cholera exotoxin. J Clin Invest 47:2600, 1968.
Carpenter CCJ, Sack RB, Feeley JC, Steenburg, RW: Site and characteristics of electrolyte loss and effect of intraluminal glucose in experimental canine cholera. J Clin Invest 47:1210, 1968.
Carpenter CCJ, Solomon N, Silverberg SG, Bledsoe T, Northcutt RC, Klinenberg JR, Bennett IL, Harvey AM. Schmidt's syndrome (thyroid and adrenal insufficiency): a review of the literature and a report of 15 new cases including 10 instances of coexistent diabetes mellitus. Medicine 43:153, 1964.
Ayers CR, Davis JO, Lieberman F, Carpenter CCJ, Berman M. Effects of chronic hepatic venous congestion on metabolism of aldosterone. J Clin Invest 41:884, 1962.
Carpenter CCJ, Davis JO, Ayers CR. Relation of renin, angiotensin II, and experimental renal hypertension to aldosterone secretion. J Clin Invest 40:2026, 1961.
Davis JO, Ayers CR, Carpenter CCJ. Renal origin of an aldosterone stimulating hormone in dogs with thoracic caval constriction and in sodium-depleted dogs. J Clin Invest 40:1466, 1961.
Carpenter CCJ, Davis JO, and Ayers CR. Concerning the role of arterial baroreceptors in the control of aldosterone secretion. J Clin Invest 40:160, 1961.
Davis JO, Carpenter CCJ, Ayers CR, Holman JR, and Bahn RC. Evidence for secretion of an aldosterone-stimulating hormone by the kidney. J Clin Invest 40:684, 1961.
Carpenter CCJ, Davis JO, Holman JE, Ayers CR, and Bahn RC. Studies on the response of the transplanted kidney and the transplanted adrenal gland to thoracic inferior vena caval constriction. J Clin Invest 40:196, 1961.
|Chief Resident||The Johns Hopkins Hospital||1961-1962|
|Investigator||National Heart Institute||1959-1961||Bethesda, MD|
|Assistant Resident||The Johns Hopkins Hospital||1957-1959|
|Intern||The Johns Hopkins Hospital||1956-1957|
|Medical License||Rhode Island||1986-Present||#MD06836|
|Certification||American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal medicine||1965-|