Welcome to the Division of Infectious Diseases

Andrew Petroll, MDAndrew Petroll, MS, MD

Interim Chair and Associate Professor

Best Doctors® 2015-2016

Best Doctors 2015-2016Five Division of Infectious Diseases physicians are listed among The Best Doctors in America® for 2015-2016:

John J. W. Fangman, MD
Mary Beth Graham, MD
Andrew E. Petroll, MS, MD
Peter Sohnle, MD
David K. Wagner, MD

Patient Care Information

Infectious Diseases Patient Care InformationMCW Division of Infectious Diseases physicians and practitioners see patients at four major affiliates – Froedtert Hospital, Zablocki VA Medical Center, AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, and St. Joseph's Hospital West Bend. All four clinics are devoted to HIV/AIDS patient care in addition to treatment of general infectious diseases including, but not limited to, bacterial infections, endocarditis, fevers of unknown origin, osteomyelitis, parasitic and tropical infections, fungal and mycobacterial infections, prosthetic joint infections, and follow-up of hospital in-patients.

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Education

The Medical College of Wisconsin provides comprehensive training in clinical aspects of infectious diseases and offers experience in research. Read more...

Research

The Division of Infectious Diseases is involved in multidisciplinary research including Bench Research, Clinical Trials, Banking Trials and Behavioral Trials. Collaborative research efforts are ongoing with internal and external partners. Read more...

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MCW Infectious Diseases / Biopreparedness News

MCW receives grant to increase understanding of the genetics of Tuberculosis resistance

Aug. 3 - The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) has received a five-year, $1.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to study the genetics of the immune system in relation to Tuberculosis (TB) and TB resistance.

MCW and partners celebrate Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on March 10, 2016

Mar. 7 - On March 10th, the Wisconsin HIV Primary Care Support Network at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Pediatrics Department, in collaboration with the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, the Black Health Coalition of Wisconsin, the City of Milwaukee Health Department, Diverse and Resilient, the Greater Milwaukee Center for Health & Wellness, Inc., Milwaukee Health Services, Inc., the Milwaukee LBGT Community Center, Outreach Community Health Centers, Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, 16th Street Community Health Center, UMOS, and the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee College of Letters and Science will host an event celebrating National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.

Dr. Petroll Receives NIH Grant to Study Mortality Rates of Rural, HIV-Positive Adults

June 8 - Dr. Andrew Petroll (Medicine – Infectious Disease; Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine – Center for AIDS Intervention Research) received a two-year, $420,000 grant from the NIH’s National Institute on Aging to determine the factors among older, rural HIV-positive adults that contribute to that group’s mortality rates. Windy City Times

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