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Members of the ID Division are involved in a wide array of innovative, interdisciplinary research programs that are dedicated to both advancing knowledge and fostering a culture of excellence in training the next generation of scientific leaders. In fiscal year 2016, the Perelman School of Medicine received $741.6 million in support of its research activities from extramural sponsors, including $392 million from the National Institutes of Health, ranking third in the nation among all academic medical institutions.

Infection Prevention, Healthcare-associated Infections, Antibiotic Resistance, and Antimicrobial Stewardship

  • Michael David (MRSA, healthcare associated infections, antibiotic resistance)
  • Keith Hamilton (Healthcare Epidemiology; Antimicrobial Stewardship; Non-tuberculous mycobacterial infections)
  • Jennifer Han (Infection prevention, healthcare-associated infections, antibiotic resistance)
  • Jerry Jacob (Infections in long-term care facilities)
  • Ebbing Lautenbach (antibiotic use, antimicrobial resistance, healthcare-associated infections, epidemiologic methods in the study of infectious diseases)
  • Darren Linkin (hospital infection control, epidemiology of healthcare associated infections)
  • Anne Norris (Outpatient Parenteral Antimicrobial Agents, safe and effective transition from hospital to home; use of electronic technologies in healthcare)
  • Judith O’Donnell (hospital infection control, epidemiology of healthcare associated infections)
  • David Pegues (microbiology testing and antimicrobial therapy, strategies to reduce environmental microbial, epidemiology and prevention of infections in solid organ transplant recipients.
  • Naasha Talati (latent tuberculosis infection; antimicrobial stewardship)


Infections in Transplantation and Cancer

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