Ige A. George, MD

Assistant Professor, School of Medicine
Keywords:
antimicrobial resistance, epidemiology, global health, healthcare-associated infections, staphylococcal infections, infectious disease, malaria, tuberculosis, transplant

Dr. George’s primary interests, within infectious diseases, are the infections in organ transplant recipients, malaria, parasitic infections, and tuberculosis. His goal is to contribute to developing collaborative programs that would improve infectious disease on a global level especially in India. Dr. George trained and worked at Christian Medical College and Hospital, Vellore, a teaching medical center in South India, as well as in the United States. He strives to bring the best of his experience and knowledge to the clinical care of patients.