I am an Occupational Medicine and Infectious Diseases (ID) physician working for a large multi-specialty clinic in Minnesota.   After graduating from the University of Minnesota Medical School, I completed Internal Medicine residency at the University of Minnesota, serving as chief resident at Regions Hospital 1999-2000.  I completed fellowship in Infectious Diseases in 2002 and worked in clinical infectious diseases for ~15 years for HealthPartners and then switched career paths mid-career.  I completed a residency in Occupational & Environmental Medicine at HealthPartners (St. Paul, MN) and completed a Masters in Public Health at the University of Minnesota in 2019.  I have a strong interest in One Health/ Conservation Medicine research and practice. I have a passion for teaching in clinical and non-clinical settings, building systems and relationships, working collaboratively across disciplines, all ultimately to improve the health of people, animals and the environment.

I am a Clinical Scholar Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota Medical School.

Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family, exploring the outdoors and trying to avoid (sometimes unsuccessfully) the infections I have treated in clinic and the hospital.

Views and opinions posted on this site should not be construed to reflect the views or opinions of my employer or the University of Minnesota.


One response to “About

  1. I saw your article about the successful use of the Milwaukee Protocol in Mumbai. Somebody probably already thought of this but I wanted to put it out there for your thoughts:
    1) Favipiravir (See: Efficacy of favipiravir (T-705) in rabies post-exposure)
    2) Ribavirin
    3) The Vaccine from the researchers from UGA (See: Beating the Clock UGA Rabies Treatment)
    4) Also, use the Milwaukee Protocol


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