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Division of Infectious Diseases

Best Doctors® 2017-2018

Best Doctors 2017-2018

Five Division of Infectious Diseases physicians are listed among The Best Doctors in America® for 2017-2018:

John J. W. Fangman, MD
Mary Beth Graham, MD
David M. Letzer, DO
Andrew E. Petroll, MS, MD
Peter Sohnle, 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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MCW physicians and practitioners provide primary and specialty care at many clinics in metro Milwaukee and eastern Wisconsin.

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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 about the Division of Infectious Diseases education programs

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 about the Division of Infectious Diseases research


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MCW Infectious Diseases News

MCW and Notre Dame join forces for global health student research program

Nov. 16 - Under the guidance of a Notre Dame professor, three MCW Kohler Summer Academy of Global Health Research Scholars studied tropical diseases and public health awareness in Belize.

A Moment in History: MCW Physician Treats First Patient to Survive Rabies Without a Vaccine

A snapshot of a moment in the Medical College of Wisconsin's history.

MCW study looks for ways to reduce HIV incidence among high-risk individuals

Feb. 1 - The use of antiretroviral medications as HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) can reduce the risk of HIV acquisition in HIV-negative high-risk groups by more than 90% if the pill is taken regularly – an astounding success rate – and yet the number of individuals in this category being prescribed PrEP nationwide has remained low.

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