A multidisciplinary team of clinicians, educators, and scientists working to improve the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases
The ID Division stands foursquare with Dean Reilly in his July 20th statement of principle on Dr. Anthony Fauci and reiterates his call for commitment to science in the COVID-19 crisis and in all other infectious disease policy:
"The number of cases of COVID-19 has been rising significantly across the country and, while the numbers in Colorado have not been increasing as quickly as in other places, we have seen cases here trending upward. The trajectory is a cause for concern and a reminder that we must remain diligent in our efforts to limit the spread of the coronavirus. It is also clear that willful ignorance and persistent efforts to divide us from one another are not solving the problem. At the Anschutz Medical Campus, we are committed to the pursuit of evidence, the gathering of data, and the application of that knowledge to lead us to improved understanding of human health and better care for all. That is why the disparagement of Anthony Fauci, MD, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is so alarming. He is one of our country’s leading champions of pursuing facts for the common good, and he has come under attack recently for doing his work with clear-eyed purpose.
"With those attacks in mind, I encourage you to read a letter released last Tuesday, by Howard Bauchner, MD, editor in chief of JAMA and the JAMA Network, stating in part: “As we have learned the coronavirus does not respect state lines – Maine or Alabama, or political parties – Republican or Democrat. The undermining of science – and the unprecedented attacks on scientists and public health officials – risk lives in every corner of our country. . . . So to all who are reading this – wherever you live and whatever your political affiliation – please wash your hands, keep your distance from others when appropriate, wear your masks, and please join me in showing respect for Dr. Anthony Fauci and his many colleagues at the NIH, CDC, and throughout the country who are our best hope in these challenging times.”
"It is disheartening that such a plea needs to be made during the most widespread public health crisis of our lives, but Dr. Bauchner’s message is clear: science matters. You and your colleagues at the CU School of Medicine are also among those professionals who are our best hope to get through these trying times. We must reject distractions, continue to guard against falsehoods, and remain focused on our common purpose: conquering the coronavirus as soon as possible so that we can pursue all the other work on this campus that matters. The work you’re doing is too important to be discouraged or diverted. Thank you for your extraordinary efforts to improve our health and safety."
Dr. Katherine Frasca starts today as Associate Program Director (APD) of the ID Fellowship Program. Katherine will take over Dr. Kristine Erlandson’s role. We welcome Katherine and express our deepest gratitude to Kristine for her many contributions to the training and mentorship of multiple generations of infectious disease fellows. Dr. Carlos Franco-Paredes is Program Director (PD) and Katherine and Dr. Brian Montague are the two APDs. Katherine brings a wealth of clinical & educational experience to our program. She has a stellar record in Education and the Scholarship of Teaching. She is locally and regionally recognized as a leader in medical education on HIV prevention. During the first year of her promotion to assistant professor, she was one of four recipients of the prestigious Program Academic Clinician Educator (PACE) grant, which provides scholarly support for medical education research. During that same year, she also completed the Teaching Scholars Program, learning skills in curriculum development, evaluation and medical education research. In assembling both of these programs, she has created and directed a comprehensive clinical and educational program on HIV prevention. She has developed a novel virtual curriculum on HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). Additionally, Katherine has been coordinating the schedule and teaching activities for the Fellows Clinic at Anschutz Medical Center Infectious Diseases Division since 2017.
The Division is pleased to announce that Sarah Rowan and Whitney Starr have each been promoted to Associate Professor. We congratulate them for their well-deserved promotions and recognize our good fortune in having such superb, dedicated faculty. Among their many accomplishments, both Sarah and Whitney are key contributors to the division’s deep expertise in chronic viral diseases. Each has been very active in HIV medicine, and Sarah also in the area of HCV. They have been active since February in the division’s vigorous response to COVID-19 as well.
Recruited from the Tufts University Division of Infectious Diseases in 2017, Dr. Krsak has been active in numerous clinical and scholarly activities related to the COVID-19 efforts of our medical school. The CU Doctors homepage can be found here.
“Our site here at University of Colorado Hospital is part of a nationwide network called the COVID Prevention Network, which is set up so that it has a cohort of sites that are available to sequentially enroll into multiple vaccine studies,” said Dr. Thomas Campbell, an infectious disease physician at the CU School of Medicine and University of Colorado Hospital. “If it works, the Moderna vaccine could be a real game-changer for the pandemic.” Watch the full interview with Dr. Campbell featured in the UCHealth Today article covering the vaccine trial launch.
The award was announced by graduating fellows at their virtual graduation party. Fond tributes were made by many faculty for graduating fellows Angela Budgin, Shelly Kon, Sarah Mann, and Sias Scherger. The fellows cited Dr. Colbert’s dedication to teaching and emphasis on understanding evidence-based rationales for testing, diagnosis and therapies.
From Dean Reilly’s weekly message July 6, “CPR News featured Sarah Rowan, MD, assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases, in a recent report about finding a creative and meaningful way to take a break from the non-stop cycle of work our colleagues have been facing this year. Sarah, who practices at Denver Health and is an artist in her free time, was inspired to create art that features women of color who have been providing care in the time of COVID-19. She emailed friends at local hospitals, including Shanta Zimmer, MD, senior associate dean for education, associate dean for diversity and inclusion, and professor of medicine, to ask for selfies that could be turned into portraits, which are now featured on a specially created website, Women of Color on the Front Lines. “I hope that it serves as a visual representation that our society values women and racial diversity in medicine, and their commitment is worth recording with artwork,” Sarah said. “I hope that people feel honored and appreciated. I also feel hopeful that this will inspire young people to go into medicine, particularly young Black people or Latinx people.””
Dr. Charles Dinarello in the Division of Infectious Diseases has been awarded the 2020 Tang Prize in Biopharmaceutical Sciences. The prize was awarded for “the development of cytokine-targeting biological therapies for the treatment of inflammatory
diseases.” See also the CU Anschutz Today article. He shares this year’s prize with two colleagues, Marc Feldmann and Tadamitsu Kishimoto. Charles discovered Interleukin-1 and is an author of over 1,000 scientific papers.
His work has applications to diverse fields and most recently his laboratory has been working on treatments for the hyper-inflammatory problems seen in COVID-19. More about the Tang Prize, which is awarded every two years to two to three distinguished
scientists, can be found here. Charles has previously been awarded a University Distinguished Professorship, which is the highest honor that the University of Colorado bestows on its own faculty members. Congratulations to Dr. Dinarello
on this extraordinary recognition and on all his scientific achievements.
The Division is delighted to welcome four new ID fellows, who started July 1, 2020. They bring to us a wealth of education, experience and talent from diverse backgrounds. Biographies are coming soon to the Education page.
Dr. David Fraulino
David joins us from the University of Connecticut internal medicine residency and is graduate of the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. José Henao
Jose joins us from the University of Minnesota internal medicine residency and is a graduate of the Universidad de Ciencias Medicas Andrés Vesalio Guzmán (UCIMED) Escuela de Medicina, Costa Rica.
Dr. Zachary Shepard
Zachary joins us from the University of Michigan internal medicine residency and is a graduate of the Baylor College of Medicine.
Dr. Lilian Vargas
Lilian joins us from the Houston Methodist Hospital internal medicine residency and is a graduate of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras Facultad de Ciencias Médicas, Honduras.
Dr. Barron is Professor of Medicine in the ID Division and Medical Director of Infection Control and prevention. On January 8, 2020, she emailed her colleagues: “Hello. Happy New Year! Never a dull day in infection prevention. There is a severe respiratory disease due to a novel coronavirus that is causing an outbreak in the Wuhan province of China.” The full article, "A fearless protector: Meet the top infectious disease expert in Colorado", can be found at UCHealth Today. Drs. Barron and Larissa Pisney are the point persons for Infection Control in our main academic hospital, UCH.
The Division of Infectious Diseases will be home to a new T32 program for postdoctoral training in Antiretroviral Discovery, Evaluation and Application Research (ADEAR). ADEAR will provide postdoctoral scientists with mentored research training under the direction of faculty at the University of Colorado, Colorado State University and the University of Denver who are who engaged in research related to the discovery and evaluation of new antiretroviral drugs or the application of existing antiretrovirals for the treatment and prevention of HIV/AIDS. The program is expected to kick off in July 2020 and will support 3 trainees per year through June 2025. A request for applications will be released in early July.
The full article can be read here.
Their recommendations can be read in full here.
Read about our role in developing antiviral medications and working to attenuate the virus's inflammatory response here.
Dr. Frasca recently attended to numerous COVID-19 inpatients and has compiled this very helpful and practical resource which can be found in our COVID-19 document collection on our division's COVID-19 resources page. Stay tuned for expansions and refinements by her and our other physicians of this living document.
Dr. Beckham was featured in a recent news report about how researchers and clinicians are working together on our campus to make a serum test available. The University of Colorado Hospital was the first in the state to treat COVID-19 patients with convalescent serum. This work is supported in part by a CCTSI pilot award.
Dr. Carlos Franco-Paredes works with a national network of physicians dedicated to provide medical care for immigrants under ICE custody. Dr. Michelle Haas has been volunteering in the Human Rights Clinic (HRC) at Denver Health. Janine Young and Jaime Moo-Young lead the HRC. In response to COVID-19, Carlos has actively collaborated with RMAIN, ACLU, Southern Poverty Law Center, and numerous immigration attorneys to promote the release of detained immigrants on humanitarian parole. Implementing interventions such as social distancing and infection prevention is a major challenge in for-profit overcrowded detention centers.
The "Faces of the ID Division" card below provides a photo panel showing our faculty arranged in order of year of appointment to the CU SOM faculty. The 72 faculty distribute as follows: AMC-51, Denver Health-15, Veterans' Affairs-4 (7 counting joint roles), NJH-2. On the AMC (UCH), there are 40 ID clinicians who staff our inpatient and outpatient ID services (32 physicians, 8 APPs). Fourteen of our faculty have laboratory-based programs in Research Complex 2 (RC2).
In response to COVID-19, the Division’s weekly Case Conference is now a virtual series that will focus on this new infectious disease and engage the campus and the broader Colorado medical community. Fellows and faculty present and discuss COVID-19 cases and medical students provide a literature review. This is a joint collaboration between CU Anschutz, Denver Health, Colorado IDSA, and ECHO Colorado.
Professor Shanta Zimmer Rolls Out New COVID-19 Course at the CU School of Medicine
Professor Zimmer, Senior Associate Dean for Education, has led a team of educators and students in setting
up the COVID-19 Pandemic Response Elective Course in record time. It is also posted at the iCollaborative website of the AAMC.
Their grand rounds [video link] presentation on April 1 gave an overview of epidemiological modeling, origins and properties of SARS-CoV-2, clinical features, and treatment. They were joined by Professor Jonathan Samet from the CU School of Public Health.
On 24 March, the Division activated a 5th inpatient ID service (Green) to meet the needs of COVID-19 patients. The pre-existing services are Gold ID, Blue ID, Ortho-ID and Transplant ID. In addition, faculty are participating in several COVID-19 clinical trials, organizing outpatient follow-up visits, providing updated treatment and monitoring guidelines, and supervising hospital infection control.
The Division is Growing. In July we will be 72 faculty members strong. A fifth inpatient service will soon start at University of Colorado Hospital. We are delighted to officially announce five new ID Division faculty members who will join us in mid-2020.
They collectively bring a wealth of talent, training and diverse experiences to our three-shield missions:
Yiannis Koullias, MD comes to us from the Partners ID fellowship at Harvard Medical School/Brigham & Women’s Hospital/MGH, with subspecialty training in Transplant ID at Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center. He is a graduate of Harvard College, Duke Medical School, and the Brigham’s Internal Medicine Residency Program. His has broad interests in Transplant ID, including viral and fungal infections in heme-onc/BMT populations.
Sarah Mann, MD joins us from our ID fellowship here at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. She is a graduate of Cornell University, George Washington University Medical School and the Harbor UCLA internal medicine residency. She has interests in HIV Medicine and works on stewardship of anti-retroviral agents.
Aakriti Pandita, MD joins us from the Infectious Disease Fellowship at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. She is a graduate of the Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences in Srinagar, India, and the SUNY Upstate Medical University internal medicine residency. She is jointly appointed with the Division of Hospital Medicine. She is currently working on a meta-analysis of decades-long time trends in Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia. She also has a strong interest in tuberculosis and advocacy.
Rebecca Rwubusisi MSN, BSN, is our new APP for the Transplant ID (TID) service on the AMC. She is an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner whose valuable experience includes 15 years of bedside experience as an RN in the Department of Surgery, on the UC Health Inpatient Transplant Unit. She also has medical experience in East Africa and is fluent in Spanish.
Sias Scherger, MD also joins the division from our ID fellowship. He is a graduate of the University of Nebraska, the University of Nebraska College of Medicine and the Wake Forest internal medicine residency. He has interests in transplant ID and is working on understanding associations between anti-cytokine antibodies and endemic fungal infections.
Drs. Michelle Barron and Larissa Pisney (University of Colorado Hospital Infection Control and Prevention) are at the head of a multi-faceted campaign to ready our UCH providers and trainees and have been coordinating with state and national authorities. Drs. Mary Bessesen and Heather Young have been performing similar roles at the VA Medical Center and Denver Health. Dr. Brian Montague is involved in managing employee health for both the School of Medicine and UCH. Numerous other ID faculty members have participated in patient care, screening and testing, contingency planning, guidelines preparation, communications and community outreach, scientific discussions, idea generation, and teaching. Division scientists are working on various research aspects of understanding, preventing and treating viral infections. The Infectious Disease Fellows are involved in consulting on COVID-19 issues and they will also be working with the Colorado Dept. of Public Health in the coming month to learn about the role of epidemiologists and about public health policy. The Division website aggregator contains much practical information, both local and international.
Dr. Barron, Medical Director of Infection Control and Prevention, discussed COVID-19 basics, screening and treatment guidelines, and infection control measures. The entire town hall can be watched here.
Their participation is part of the important role that Denver Health ID faculty continue to play in M. tuberculosis treatment and control, in Colorado and internationally. See Sterling et al. in MMWR in "Recent Publications" below for full details of the team's report.
Dr. Chauhan was awarded for her outpatient stewardship project “Approaches to Decrease Inappropriate Antibiotic use in Acute Respiratory Conditions in a Geriatric Clinic.” She will present her project on March 11, 2020. Her goals are to work with the antimicrobial stewardship team to help expand outpatient stewardship programs to other UCH clinics. Quality improvement projects such as this are important areas for academic contribution and grant funding opportunities in the division.
Dr. Rowan spoke about her work on a local HIV task force to expand testing and treatment of the virus and about other efforts by the Colorado medical community to combat HIV.
Drs. Canfield and Mann published their results in Clinical Infectious Diseases. The case exhibited numerous interesting features including the classic - and in this case, quite developed - verrucous lesion with raised, sharply demarcated borders.
Dr. Hillary Dunlevy, Assistant Professor of Medicine, was awarded the Annual University of Colorado Hospital Full-time Physician Medical Staff Award on January 30, 2020. Recipients of this award exemplify the mission and vision of UCH and are recognized for achievement in one or more of the following areas: Amazing patient care; Outstanding teaching of student physicians; Improvements in services offered/collaboration with other specialties; Community service.
Her appointment will provide significant assistance to our physician providers and facilitate the patient care, education and research missions of the TID focus group. Rebecca received her BSN Magna Cum Laude from the University of Colorado Denver in 2005. She is an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner whose extensive experience includes 15 years of bedside experience as an RN in the Department of Surgery, on the UC Health Inpatient Transplant Unit. There she gained an in-depth understanding of the multi-faceted transplantation process and close working relationships with transplant providers. She developed a passion for Infectious Diseases as well, prompting her to transition to our Division. During three months in Rwanda, Rebecca also saw and treated patients with multiple infectious problems, including HIV/AIDS. Moreover, she is fluent in Spanish.
She will begin her role on Monday, February 3rd, 2020.
Dr. Wilson will transition into the director role on July 1, 2020. Our MD-PhD program is a critical linchpin in the education of physician-scientists, allowing top-notch students to obtain their PhD alongside their MD. The program provides tuition as well as an annual stipend.
Michelle Barron, UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital’s medical director of infection prevention and professor of medicine at CU School of Medicine was recently interviewed by the Daily Camera. She discussed how Boulder County has managed to avoid the worst of a state and nationwide Hepatitis A outbreak.
Dr. Tom Campbell has been nominated to lead the new Section Review Group of the NIH-CDC-HIVMA-/IDSA Guidelines for Prevention and Treatment of Opportunistic Infections in Adults and Adolescents with HIV.
The University of Colorado Department of Medicine has selected the 2017 recipients for its Outstanding Early Career Scholar Program, HIV/AIDS researcher Kristine Erlandson, MD, and cardiology researcher Kunhua Song, PhD. The program aims to accelerate the careers of promising researchers in the Department of Medicine.
Photographs of our faculty, staff, laboratory and clinic space, and other facilities
A quarterly bulletin covering news and research from the UCHealth Travel Clinic
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