In a medical career devoted primarily to providing health care to patients infected with the human immunodeficiency virus—HIV—virus, Paul J. Cimoch, M.D., integrated his knowledge in immunology with anti-aging medicine, which led him to Wisconsin, where he practices at Great Lakes Dermatology clinics in Franklin, Mount Pleasant, and Brookfield. Board-certified in anti-aging medicine since 2001 and in internal and forensic medicine, Dr. Cimoch earned recognition from the California State Governor and Senate for his community support in 2001.A respected lecturer and educator, Dr. Paul J. Cimoch maintains an active community presence. Before relocating to Racine, Wisconsin, he served as a volunteer faculty member at the University of California Medical School. While supporting charities and nonprofit organizations in his community, Dr. Cimoch also participated in faith-based mission trips. Dr. Paul Cimoch holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin, where he graduated with honors. He pursued and gained his Medical Doctorate at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. In his post-doctoral studies at the University of Miami School of Medicine and performing his residency in Internal Medicine at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Dr. Cimoch treated patients with severe infections and cancers. During his tenure at Jackson Memorial, HIV and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) became newly identified diseases, leading Dr. Cimoch on his medical career path.When he finished his training at the University of Miami, Paul J. Cimoch began practicing internal medicine in Ft. Lauderdale. Deeply affected by HIV patients and the lack of adequate medical care, he joined forces with a medical colleague and formed a clinic dedicated to HIV patients. The Center for Special Immunology offered holistic support in the forms of medical, psychological, spiritual, nutritional, and educational care, with a research component.