We're at the beginning of the postantibiotic era,” said Steve Solomon, MD, FACP, an infectious disease specialist, formerly director of antimicrobial resistance for the CDC and now principal for Global ... Boucher, MD, an infectious disease physician
Sometimes I'm not sure it's actually food). A few weeks ago, while making morning rounds on the inpatient infectious diseases consult service, I went to see an immunosuppressed patient
A new study in the American Journal of Infection Control by Dr. Silvia Munoz-Price and her team at the University of Miami provides additi...
Media coverage affects how people perceive the threat of infectious disease. ... As opposed to people just going out and conducting their own field research about all the infectious disease in the world.
Goodbye triclosan and triclocarban. Back when I was an infectious disease fellow, I completed a national survey (along with Anthony Harris) of the availability of tricolsan and triclocarban containing antibacterial soaps. ... Eli N. Perencevich, MD, ACP
Staff writer Mollie Durkin offers more tips from experts on managing this growing problem, as well as a comprehensive overview of the biggest emerging threats on the infectious disease radar.
James A. Curtin, MD, MACP. James A. Curtin, MD, MACP, a former Regent and an infectious disease specialist, died on March 5, 2015, at the age of 89.
Amidst the clatter of the Middle East, children fleeing danger to come across our borders, and lawsuits against the White House, there’s thi...
length of stay, educating the next generation of clinicians, and finally easing workload for infectious disease specialists and trainees. ... Eli N. Perencevich, MD, ACP Member, is an infectious disease physician and epidemiologist in Iowa City, Iowa,
He then joined faculty at the University of Maryland, eventually becoming professor and chairman of the infectious disease department. ... He was an author or co-author of more than 160 scientific papers and book chapters related to these topics and a