W8. Non-Infectious Causes of Elevated Temperature
Session: Premeeting Workshop: The Vincent T. Andriole ID Board Review Course ($)
Tuesday, October 2, 2018: 1:35 PM
Room: W 2005-2020
Barbara S. Taylor, MD, MS, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, University of Texas Health at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX

Dr. Barbara Taylor is an Associate Professor of Infectious Diseases and the Assistant Dean for the MD/MPH Program at UT Health San Antonio with a co-appointment at the UTHealth School of Public Health. Dr. Taylor conducts impactful research to improve health outcomes for underserved populations living with or at risk for HIV in San Antonio and internationally. She provides treatment for patients living with infectious diseases in San Antonio. A strong community advocate, she is a co-chair of the End Stigma End HIV Alliance of San Antonio and the Clinician Key Opinion Leader for San Antonio's Fast Track Cities Initiative. In collaboration with the Texas Department of State Health Services, Dr. Taylor serves as the Medical Director for community-based programs to increase screening tuberculosis in South Texas. She also works with two programs to increase screening and treatment for Hepatitis C in South Texas. Her commitment to education has earned her numerous teaching and service awards. Dr. Taylor is an alumna of Princeton University, Harvard Medical School, and the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and is board certified in internal medicine and infectious diseases.


Disclosures:

B. S. Taylor, None

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