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George M. Abraham, MD, MPH, Chair
Dr. Abraham is Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Associate Chief of Medicine at Saint Vincent Hospital, Worcester, Massachusetts and Adjunct Professor at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS). He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease.
Currently, Dr. Abraham is Chair of the American Board of Internal Medicine Infectious Disease Board. He serves as a member of the Board of Regents and Immediate past-Chair of the Board of Governors of the American College of Physicians (ACP) and also serves on several of its committees. He also is a member of the Board of Registration (licensing) in Medicine, Massachusetts. Prior to this, he has served as a Trustee of the Massachusetts Medical Society, as President of the Worcester District Medical Society, as the Chief Medical Officer of the Central Massachusetts Independent Physician Association and Chair of the Board of Directors of the Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts.
He has received several awards including the Alpha Omega Alpha Volunteer Faculty Award and the Outstanding Primary Care Educator Award of the University of Massachusetts Medical School; the Leadership Award of the Massachusetts chapter of the ACP; and the Phi Lambda Sigma honorary Membership, MCPHS, Worcester, Massachusetts, among others.
His research interests include hepatitis C and B disease, travel medicine and infection control, as well as medication safety and systems improvement. He has authored several publications, abstracts and book chapters, and presented at national and international meetings.
Dr. Abraham earned his medical degrees from the Christian Medical College, India, completed his residency and chief residency at Saint Vincent Hospital, and received his master's degree in public health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
As of February 2019, Dr. Abraham reported the following external relationships:
Dr. Abraham serves in significant roles with the following organization, receiving reimbursement or compensation as listed:
- American College of Physicians, Massachusetts Chapter Governor, Member of Board of Regents; Chair, Board of Governors, receiving reimbursement for travel expenses.
Wendy Armstrong, MD
Dr. Armstrong received her M.D. degree from Harvard Medical School in 1994. She completed her Internal Medicine internship, residency, chief residency and Infectious Diseases fellowship at the University of Michigan. After 6 years at the Cleveland Clinic, she joined the Infectious Disease faculty at Emory University in 2007 assuming the role of Program Director of the Infectious Disease Fellowship Program in 2008, the Medical Director of the Ponce de Leon Center at Grady Health System in 2009 and was named Vice Chair of Education and Integration for the Department of Medicine in 2014. She is currently a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Disease at the Emory University School of Medicine. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease. Dr. Armstrong is a member of the American Board of Internal Medicine Infectious Disease Board.
Her research interests in HIV include studying disparities in care for vulnerable patients living with HIV as well as developing innovative approaches to improving the HIV continuum of care. In addition to her role as Medical Director of the Ponce Center, one of the largest HIV clinics in the country, she is the former Chair of the HIV Medicine Association and has been active in advocacy efforts locally, regionally and nationally. She is also active in medical education at all levels of learner. In addition to her leadership role in the fellowship program, she is involved with medical student education both as a Small Group Advisor in the Semmelweis Society and as director of the Infectious Diseases Module in the preclinical years.
As of November 2018, Dr. Armstrong reported no ongoing external relationships:
Helen W. Boucher, MD
Dr. Boucher, a board certified internist and infectious disease specialist, specializes in the care of immunocompromised patients, transplant-related infections, and S. aureus/MRSA infections. Her research focuses on antibiotic development and she advocates for increased development of medicines to treat antibiotic-resistant diseases. She is Director of the Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program, Director of the Ventricular Assist Device and Cardiac Transplant Infectious Diseases Program, and Staff Physician in the Division of Geographic Medicine and Infectious Diseases at Tufts Medical Center and Associate Professor of Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine.
Dr. Boucher is a member of several professional organizations, among them the Infectious Diseases Society of America, the American Society for Microbiology, and the American Medical Association. In 1998, the Massachusetts Infectious Diseases Society awarded Dr. Boucher the Edward H. Kass Award for Clinical Excellence. In May 2006, she was elected to the Antimicrobial Availability Task Force (AATF, now the Antimicrobial Resistance Committee) of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) and in October, 2007, she was elected to the Research Committee of the IDSA.
Dr. Boucher was elected a Fellow in the American College of Physicians in 2008. In 2009, she was appointed to the Steering Committee of the Mycoses Study Group. She has been included in Best Doctors in America since 2009. In 2011, Dr. Boucher was elected Fellow and Member of the Board of Directors of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. In 2012, she was elected to the American Board of Internal Medicine Infectious Disease Exam Writing Committee and in 2014, to the American Board of Internal Medicine Infectious Diseases Subspecialty Board.
In 2014 she was appointed Associate Editor of Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, to the Infectious Diseases Recruitment Task Force of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, and the Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy Program Committee. Dr. Boucher serves on the Board of Trustees of the Physicians of Tufts Medical Center and The College of the Holy Cross.
She received her medical degree from University of Texas Medical School at Houston and completed her training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
As of May 2019, Dr. Boucher reported the following external relationships:
Work as an author or editor for following company, with compensation as listed:
- American Society for Microbiology, receiving compensation as an editor for Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy.
- Elsevier, receiving compensation as an editor.
Dr. Boucher serves in significant roles with the following organizations, receiving reimbursement or compensation as listed:
- Infectious Diseases Society of America, Board of Directors, Treasurer, without compensation.
- College of the Holy Cross, Board of Trustees, receiving reimbursement for travel expenses.
Erica N. Johnson, MD
Dr. Johnson is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases and is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and the Infectious Disease Society of America.
In 2014, Dr. Johnson completed an 11 year career in the U.S. Army Medical Corps, where she served as the Associate Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency and Infectious Disease Fellowship Programs in the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium. She also served as a clinical investigator with the Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program.
Dr. Johnson is a member of the American Board of Internal Medicine Infectious Disease Board. She is active in the Academic Alliance of Internal Medicine and the Infectious Diseases Society of America. She also co-directs the annual Johns Hopkins Infectious Disease Update Course for Primary Care and Hospital Medicine. Dr. Johnson has been recognized with numerous research, teaching and community service awards, including the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium Lieutenant General PK Carlton Outstanding Faculty Award; the Women of Color Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Conference Technology Rising Star Award; and the C. Lockard Conley Award for Teaching Excellence from the Maryland Chapter of the American College of Physicians.
Dr. Johnson received her bachelor’s degree in classics from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia, and her medical degree from the University of Maryland in Baltimore, Maryland. She completed a residency in internal medicine at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC, and a fellowship in infectious disease at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas.
As of July 2018, Dr. Johnson reported no external relationships.
Jeanne Keruly, MS, CRNP
Ms. Keruly is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University, and she has an adjunct appointment in the School of Nursing. She is the Director of Adult Ryan White Services and is a care provider in the HIV/AIDS Service. Ms. Keruly is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as an Adult Nurse Practitioner.
Most of her professional career has been at Johns Hopkins. As a faculty member in Infectious Diseases since 1998, she serves as a co-Director of the HIV Outcomes clinical research program. As director of the Adult Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, she develops service contracts and clinical programs that enhance access to medical and support services for the uninsured/underinsured. Prior to her faculty appointment, she entered into the field of HIV, working as a Research Coordinator and then as Clinic Manager of the Moore Clinic, one of the largest HIV clinics in Baltimore, Maryland. She was a research assistant and project manager in the Division of Clinical Pharmacology and the Office of Quality Improvement. Prior to working in clinical research Ms. Keruly worked as a critical care nurse.
Ms. Keruly is a member of the American Board of Internal Medicine Infectious Disease Board. She is also a board member of the HIV Medicine Association and the Ryan White Medical Providers Coalition, and she sits on the advisory board of Maryland's AIDS Drug Assistance Program. She worked with regional providers and HIV consumers on the Greater Baltimore HIV Planning Council for 14 years, with four of those years serving as Chair/co-Chair.
Ms. Keruly received her diploma in nursing from St. Vincent's College of Nursing, Bridgeport, Connecticut. She earned a bachelor's of science degree in nursing and a master's of science degree as an adult nurse practitioner from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
As of April 2019, Ms. Keruly reported the following external relationships:
Ms. Keruly serves in significant roles with the following organizations, receiving reimbursement or compensation as listed:
- Ryan White Medical Providers Coalition, Board Member, receiving reimbursement for travel.
Greater Baltimore HIV Planning Council, Chair, without compensation.
Jesse Milan, Jr., JD
Jesse Milan, Jr., JD is President & CEO of AIDS United, a national organization focused on ending the HIV epidemic in the U.S. through grant-making, policy and advocacy, and capacity building. AIDS United has a 30-year legacy of granting over $113 million, including $8 million currently, to over 250 grantees in 40 states and territories, and the 50 members of its Public Policy Council are the leading HIV organizations in the country. A person living with HIV for over 30 years and a recognized leader in the HIV community, Milan serves currently as Chair Emeritus on the Black AIDS Institute board of directors, on the Scientific Advisory Board for the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), is an officer of the global Funders Concerned About AIDS board, and serves on the Dean's Advisory Council for the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. Mr. Milan is a member of the American Board of Internal Medicine Infectious Disease Board.
Mr. Milan is former AIDS Director for the City of Philadelphia and worked 15 years as vice president of two public health consulting firms providing services to HHS, CDC, HRSA, SAMHSA and NIH. He served a five-year appointment as co-chair of the CDC/HRSA Advisory Committee on HIV and STD Prevention, Treatment and Care, and has been designated a Fulbright Senior Specialist in Global HIV/AIDS. A graduate of Princeton University and the New York University School of Law, Milan has served as board chair of five non-profit organizations and received numerous honors. He has conducted three speaking tours of Africa for the U.S. State Department; has given hundreds of presentations; and delivered keynote addresses across the U.S. including at the White House.
As of November 2018, Dr. Milan reported the following external relationship:
Mr. Milan serves in significant roles with the following organizations, receiving reimbursement or compensation as listed:
- AIDS United, President and CEO, receiving salary.
- Black AIDS Institute, Chair Emeritus and Secretary of the Board, without compensation.
Louis D. Saravolatz, MD
Dr. Saravolatz is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Medicine at Ascension-St. John Hospital, Wayne State University School of Medicine (affiliate). He is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease. He has practiced infectious diseases in the Detroit area for the last three decades.
Previously, Dr. Saravolatz served as Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency, at St. John Hospital and Division Chief and Fellowship Program Director, Division of Infectious Diseases at the Henry Ford Hospital. He helped develop the AIDS clinical trials program in Detroit along with conducting anti-infective research studies involving more than 25 antimicrobial agents. Dr. Saravolatz has been a section editor for Clinical Infectious Diseases since 2002 and is also an editorial board member for Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice.
Dr. Saravolatz is a member of the American Board of Internal Medicine Infectious Disease Board. He is also an active member of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, where he has served as Chair of the Publications Committee and the Antimicrobial Use and Clinical Trials Committee. He is also past President of the Michigan Infectious Disease Society.
Dr. Saravolatz received his bachelor’s degree and medical degree from the University of Michigan. He completed house staff training at the Henry Ford Hospital in internal medicine and an infectious disease fellowship.
As of April 2019, Dr. Saravolatz reported the following external relationship:
Preclinical research, with funding for research expenses and staff provided to St. John Hospital and Medical Center, from the following companies:
- Melinta Laboratories, for a study of in-vitro testing of delafloxacin against S. aureus.
Dr. Saravolatz serves in significant roles with the following organization, receiving reimbursement or compensation as listed:
- American College of Physicians, Program Committee member , without compensation.
Heather C. Yun, MD
Dr. Yun, a board certified internist and infectious disease specialist, is an active duty Colonel in the United States Air Force. She is a Professor of Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, and Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Texas. She currently serves as Chair, Department of Medicine at Brooke Army Medical Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas, and previously served as Program Director.
Her active areas of investigation target infections in vulnerable military populations, including combat casualties and basic military trainees. Her research has focused on multidrug-resistant bacteria, infections related to deployment and international travel, infection prevention and hospital epidemiology, and respiratory viral infections. She has also served as Medical Director of Infection Control at two referral military hospitals, and while deployed to Afghanistan.
Dr. Yun currently serves as a member of the American Board of Internal Medicine Infectious Disease Board. She also serves on the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) Milestones Development Panel, is a member of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Accreditation Appeals Standing Panel for Infectious Diseases and has served as an accreditation site visitor for ACGME-International. She is a Fellow of both the American College of Physicians and the IDSA and has received numerous teaching and leadership awards.
Dr. Yun earned her bachelor's degree at Colorado College, and her medical degree at Yale University. She completed residency and infectious disease fellowship training at SAUSHEC.
As of February 2019, Dr. Yun reported the following external relationships:
Dr. Yun serves in significant roles with the following organization, receiving reimbursement or compensation as listed:
- Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, Residency Review Committee – Internal Medicine, Member, receiving reimbursement for travel expenses.
- Infectious Diseases Society of America, Committee Member, receiving reimbursement for travel expenses.