Infectious Disease Fellowship

Chandy C. John, MD, MS

Chandy C. John, MD, MS Chandy C. John, MD, MS

Director, Section of Infectious Diseases and Global Health
Ryan White Professor of Pediatrics
Professor of Microbiology and Immunology
Areas of Interest: Malaria immunology, epidemiology and pathogenesis; clinical pediatric infectious disease.
John C. Christenson, MD

John C. Christenson, MD John C. Christenson, MD

Director of Clinical Services
Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Areas of Interest: Travel and geographic medicine, histoplasmosis, infection prevention, immunizations, vector-borne diseases, and musculoskeletal infections.
Thomas G. Fox MD

Thomas G. Fox MD Thomas G. Fox MD

Fellowship Director
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Areas of Interest: Infections in immunocompromised children, such as those with cancer and immune deficiencies and those who have undergone stem cell transplantation; musculoskeletal infections; childhood tuberculosis; infections in travelers; pediatric HIV; health and welfare of refugees and adoptees; medical education.
Andrea L. Conroy, HBSc PhD

Andrea L. Conroy, HBSc PhD Andrea L. Conroy, HBSc PhD

Assistant Research Professor
Areas of Interest: Pathogenesis of malaria in pregnancy and childhood; identifying and validating biomarkers to risk stratify patients (e.g. children at increased risk of death/neurologic impairment); the epidemiology of severe malaria; and evaluating new adjunctive therapies for malaria.
Elaine G. Cox, MD

Elaine G. Cox, MD Elaine G. Cox, MD

Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Areas of Interest: Infection prevention, antimicrobial stewardship, patient safety.
Dibyadyuti Datta, MS, PhD

Dibyadyuti Datta, MS, PhD Dibyadyuti Datta, MS, PhD

Assistant Research Professor
Areas of Interest: Malaria immunology, pathogenesis, and clinical epidemiology. Understanding the pathogenesis of severe malaria, and investigating host-pathogen interactions as well as external factors (e.g., nutrient deficiencies, co-infections, etc.) that might be contributing to the etiology of severe disease.
Leslie A. Enane, MD

Leslie A. Enane, MD Leslie A. Enane, MD

Assistant Professor
Areas of Interest: Tuberculosis and HIV care for children and adolescents; global child health; clinical pediatric infectious diseases.
Annette Foti-Childress, MD

Annette Foti, MD Annette Foti, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Areas of Interest: Outpatient infectious diseases; periodic fever syndromes; Community Acquired MRSA; evaluation of recurrent infections and immune system evaluation.
John J. Manaloor MD

John J. Manaloor MD John J. Manaloor MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Areas of Interest: Kawasaki Disease, Clinical Microbiology.
Kristen Nichols PharmD

Kristen Nichols, PharmD Kristen Nichols, PharmD

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Areas of Interest: Dr. Nichols is very interested in promoting the judicious and optimal use of anti-infectives in both inpatient and ambulatory pediatrics, in optimizing antibiotic doses based on pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties, and in educating pharmacy and medical students and residents.
Tuan M. Tran, M.D., Ph.D.

Tuan M. Tran, MD, PhD Tuan M. Tran, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Areas of Interest: The focus of our lab is to define mechanisms of host immunity to malaria and identify immune correlates of protection from Plasmodium falciparum infection by studying naturally acquired immunity in individuals living in malaria-endemic communities using systems biology approaches.
Rachel C. Vreeman, MD, MS

Rachel C. Vreeman, MD, MS Rachel C. Vreeman, MD, MS

Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Areas of Interest: Global Health, pediatric HIV, medication adherence, HIV disclosure, HIV-related stigma, pediatric drug formulations.
Bree Weaver MD

Bree Weaver, MD Bree Weaver, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Clinical Medicine
Areas of Interest: Adult and pediatric HIV care, prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, HIV prevention.
Min-Zhang-Bio-Photo

Min Zhang

Assistant Research Professor
Areas of Interest: For the past 10 years most of Dr. Zhang’s efforts have been dedicated to studying the translational control in Plasmodium parasites and structure-based malaria vaccine development. His focus is on translational control in the latent parasites related to drug resistance and recrudescence.