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Assistant Professor of Medicine

Areas of Interest

Antimicrobial stewardship, global health, diagnostics, HIV, infectious disease epidemiology, respiratory infections, general infectious diseases.


My research focuses on the use of diagnostic testing to improve the evaluation and management of infectious diseases in resource-constrained settings, particularly as it relates to antimicrobial stewardship, antibiotic resistance, and pediatric respiratory illness. Clinically, my areas of interest include general infectious diseases, antimicrobial stewardship, and the care of individuals living with HIV. From an education standpoint, I am a member of the UNC Global Health Advisory Board, which leads the design and implementation of the Global Health Pathway for IM, Peds, and Med/Peds residents.

Education and Training

  • Undergraduate Grinnell College
  • Medical School University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Residency University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
  • Fellowship University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • MHS in International Health Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health