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John Fangman, MD

Associate Professor

Location

  • AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin
  • 820 N. Plankinton Avenue
  • Milwaukee, WI 53203

Specialties

  • Infectious Disease

AIDS Resource Center

New & Established Patients Call

My principal clinical interest is in the care of high-risk populations living with HIV infection but I enjoy providing care to a wide variety of patients with infectious diseases. My goal is to partner with patients and their families to provide a comprehensive evaluation and to create a collaborative treatment plan that addresses their concerns and gives them the best chance of returning to full health. It is my belief that the optimal care of all patients requires clinicians to understand the beliefs systems, social supports and behavioral choices of the individuals we serve.

Overview

Diseases and Conditions

  • Infectious Disease
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Tuberculosis
  • Lyme Disease
  • Endemic Fungal Infections

Treatments and Services

  • HIV Care

Patients Ages Seen

  • Adult
  • Adolescent

Languages

  • English

Hospital Affiliations

  • Froedtert Hospital – Milwaukee

Board Certifications

  • Infectious Disease

Clinic Locations

AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin

Froedtert Hospital

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Biography

John Fangman MD is an Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Disease, at the Medical College of Wisconsin.  He also serves as the Senior Medical Director of Ambulatory for the Medical College Physicians.  Dr. Fangman received his medical degree from the University of Minnesota, and completed his Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency at Harvard Medical School.   Dr. Fangman completed a fellowship in Infectious Disease at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston before joining the faculty at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Education and Training

Doctor of Medicine - University of Minnesota - Minneapolis, MN (1994)
Internship & Residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics - Harvard Medical School - Boston, MA (1994-1998)
Fellowship in Infectious Disease - Massachusetts General Hospital - Boston, MA (2003-2005)

Publications

  • Environmental Cleaning of Outpatient Exam Rooms: How Frequent is Enough?

    (Sridhar S, Graham MB, Savage-Taft S, Fangman J, Munoz-Price LS.) Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2018 01;39(1):114-115.

  • Acceptability of Rapid Point-of-Care Hepatitis C Tests Among People Who Inject Drugs and Utilize Syringe-Exchange Programs.

    (Barocas JA, Linas BP, Kim AY, Fangman J, Westergaard RP.) Open Forum Infect Dis. 2016 Mar;3(2):ofw075.

  • Provider Workforce Assessment in a Rural Hepatitis C Epidemic: Implications for Scale-up of Antiviral Therapy.

    (Westergaard RP, Stockman LJ, Hyland HA, Guilfoyle SM, Fangman JJ, Vergeront JM.) J Prim Care Community Health. 2015 Jul;6(3):215-7.

  • Barriers and facilitators of hepatitis C screening among people who inject drugs: a multi-city, mixed-methods study.

    (Barocas JA, Brennan MB, Hull SJ, Stokes S, Fangman JJ, Westergaard RP.) Harm Reduct J. 2014 Jan 14;11:1.

  • Fine-mapping classical HLA variation associated with durable host control of HIV-1 infection in African Americans.

    (McLaren PJ, Ripke S, Pelak K, Weintrob AC, Patsopoulos NA, Jia X, Erlich RL, Lennon NJ, Kadie CM, Heckerman D, Gupta N, Haas DW, Deeks SG, Pereyra F, Walker BD, de Bakker PI, International HIV Controllers Study.) Hum Mol Genet. 2012 Oct 01;21(19):4334-47.

  • The major genetic determinants of HIV-1 control affect HLA class I peptide presentation.

    (International HIV Controllers Study, Pereyra F, Jia X, McLaren PJ, Telenti A, de Bakker PI, Walker BD, Ripke S, Brumme CJ, Pulit SL, Carrington M, Kadie CM, Carlson JM, Heckerman D, Graham RR, Plenge RM, Deeks SG, Gianniny L, Crawford G, Sullivan J, Gonzalez E, Davies L, Camargo A, Moore JM, Beattie N, Gupta S, Crenshaw A, Burtt NP, Guiducci C, Gupta N, Gao X, Qi Y, Yuki Y, Piechocka-Trocha A, Cutrell E, Rosenberg R, Moss KL, Lemay P, O'Leary J, Schaefer T, Verma P, Toth I, Block B, Baker B, Rothchild A, Lian J, Proudfoot J, Alvino DM, Vine S, Addo MM, Allen TM, Altfeld M, Henn MR, Le Gall S, Streeck H, Haas DW, Kuritzkes DR, Robbins GK, Shafer RW, Gulick RM, Shikuma CM, Haubrich R, Riddler S, Sax PE, Daar ES, Ribaudo HJ, Agan B, Agarwal S, Ahern RL, Allen BL, Altidor S, Altschuler EL, Ambardar S, Anastos K, Anderson B, Anderson V, Andrady U, Antoniskis D, Bangsberg D, Barbaro D, Barrie W, Bartczak J, Barton S, Basden P, Basgoz N, Bazner S, Bellos NC, Benson AM, Berger J, Bernard NF, Bernard AM, Birch C, Bodner SJ, Bolan RK, Boudreaux ET, Bradley M, Braun JF, Brndjar JE, Brown SJ, Brown K, Brown ST, Burack J, Bush LM, Cafaro V, Campbell O, Campbell J, Carlson RH, Carmichael JK, Casey KK, Cavacuiti C, Celestin G, Chambers ST, Chez N, Chirch LM, Cimoch PJ, Cohen D, Cohn LE, Conway B, Cooper DA, Cornelson B, Cox DT, Cristofano MV, Cuchural G Jr, Czartoski JL, Dahman JM, Daly JS, Davis BT, Davis K, Davod SM, DeJesus E, Dietz CA, Dunham E, Dunn ME, Ellerin TB, Eron JJ, Fangman JJ, Farel CE, Ferlazzo H, Fidler S, Fleenor-Ford A, Frankel R, Freedberg KA, French NK, Fuchs JD, Fuller JD, Gaberman J, Gallant JE, Gandhi RT, Garcia E, Garmon D, Gathe JC Jr, Gaultier CR, Gebre W, Gilman FD, Gilson I, Goepfert PA, Gottlieb MS, Goulston C, Groger RK, Gurley TD, Haber S, Hardwicke R, Hardy WD, Harrigan PR, Hawkins TN, Heath S, Hecht FM, Henry WK, Hladek M, Hoffman RP, Horton JM, Hsu RK, Huhn GD, Hunt P, Hupert MJ, Illeman ML, Jaeger H, Jellinger RM, John M, Johnson JA, Johnson KL, Johnson H, Johnson K, Joly J, Jordan WC, Kauffman CA, Khanlou H, Killian RK, Kim AY, Kim DD, Kinder CA, Kirchner JT, Kogelman L, Kojic EM, Korthuis PT, Kurisu W, Kwon DS, LaMar M, Lampiris H, Lanzafame M, Lederman MM, Lee DM, Lee JM, Lee MJ, Lee ET, Lemoine J, Levy JA, Llibre JM, Liguori MA, Little SJ, Liu AY, Lopez AJ, Loutfy MR, Loy D, Mohammed DY, Man A, Mansour MK, Marconi VC, Markowitz M, Marques R, Martin JN, Martin HL Jr, Mayer KH, McElrath MJ, McGhee TA, McGovern BH, McGowan K, McIntyre D, Mcleod GX, Menezes P, Mesa G, Metroka CE, Meyer-Olson D, Miller AO, Montgomery K, Mounzer KC, Nagami EH, Nagin I, Nahass RG, Nelson MO, Nielsen C, Norene DL, O'Connor DH, Ojikutu BO, Okulicz J, Oladehin OO, Oldfield EC 3rd, Olender SA, Ostrowski M, Owen WF Jr, Pae E, Parsonnet J, Pavlatos AM, Perlmutter AM, Pierce MN, Pincus JM, Pisani L, Price LJ, Proia L, Prokesch RC, Pujet HC, Ramgopal M, Rathod A, Rausch M, Ravishankar J, Rhame FS, Richards CS, Richman DD, Rodes B, Rodriguez M, Rose RC 3rd, Rosenberg ES, Rosenthal D, Ross PE, Rubin DS, Rumbaugh E, Saenz L, Salvaggio MR, Sanchez WC, Sanjana VM, Santiago S, Schmidt W, Schuitemaker H, Sestak PM, Shalit P, Shay W, Shirvani VN, Silebi VI, Sizemore JM Jr, Skolnik PR, Sokol-Anderson M, Sosman JM, Stabile P, Stapleton JT, Starrett S, Stein F, Stellbrink HJ, Sterman FL, Stone VE, Stone DR, Tambussi G, Taplitz RA, Tedaldi EM, Telenti A, Theisen W, Torres R, Tosiello L, Tremblay C, Tribble MA, Trinh PD, Tsao A, Ueda P, Vaccaro A, Valadas E, Vanig TJ, Vecino I, Vega VM, Veikley W, Wade BH, Walworth C, Wanidworanun C, Ward DJ, Warner DA, Weber RD, Webster D, Weis S, Wheeler DA, White DJ, Wilkins E, Winston A, Wlodaver CG, van't Wout A, Wright DP, Yang OO, Yurdin DL, Zabukovic BW, Zachary KC, Zeeman B, Zhao M.) Science. 2010 Dec 10;330(6010):1551-7.

  • Hepatitis C/HIV co-infection is associated with higher mortality in hospitalized patients with hepatitis C or HIV.

    (Ananthakrishnan AN, McGinley EL, Fangman J, Saeian K.) J Viral Hepat. 2010 Oct;17(10):720-9.

  • Quantitative trait loci for CD4:CD8 lymphocyte ratio are associated with risk of type 1 diabetes and HIV-1 immune control.

    (Ferreira MA, Mangino M, Brumme CJ, Zhao ZZ, Medland SE, Wright MJ, Nyholt DR, Gordon S, Campbell M, McEvoy BP, Henders A, Evans DM, Lanchbury JS, Pereyra F, International HIV Controllers Study, Walker BD, Haas DW, Soranzo N, Spector TD, de Bakker PI, Frazer IH, Montgomery GW, Martin NG.) Am J Hum Genet. 2010 Jan;86(1):88-92.

  • Anemia in HIV-infected adults: epidemiology, pathogenesis, and clinical management.

    (Fangman JJ, Scadden DT.) Curr Hematol Rep. 2005 Mar;4(2):95-102.

  • Nipple piercing and hyperprolactinemia.

    (Modest GA, Fangman JJ.) N Engl J Med. 2002 Nov 14;347(20):1626-7.