Immunocompromised Host Fellowship Trainees
Undergraduate Institution: Case Western Reserve University
Education/Residency: Ross University School of Medicine/Mount Carmel Health System
General ID Fellowship: University of South Florida, Morsani College of Medicine
I came to UNC because of the excellent clinical training in broad array of transplant infections. In addition, the program offers strong antimicrobial stewardship program. Finally, a very friendly and collegial atmosphere in the UNC infectious disease fellowship program.
I am interested in transplant and mycobacterial infections.
Daphne-Dominique H. Villanueva, MD
Undergraduate Institution: University of the Philippines
Education/Residency: University of the East/Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center, Philippine General Hospital, and Monmouth Medical Center
General ID Fellowship: University of Florida
I came to UNC because of the unique opportunity to study transplant infectious diseases combined with antimicrobial stewardship. UNC offers excellent clinical training and mentorship and I love the collegial attitude of the faculty and fellows.
I am interested in antimicrobial stewardship in immunocompromised hosts, C diff infection, and emerging infections.
Tyler Lambing, MD, MBS
Undergraduate Institution: Villanova University
Education/Residency: Geisinger Commonwealth SOM/Cooper University Hospital
I came to UNC because the excellent faculty and the unique opportunity to engage in transplant and stewardship training.
My research interests are in antibiotic stewardship in immunocompromised patients.