Max Brito MD
Dr. Brito's main areas of interest are International health, HIV co-infections and medical education. He serves as the coordinator of the Dominican Republic Project, an educational exchange program with the aim of promoting scientific collaborations with colleagues in that country and in the rest of Latin America. He also has a clinical interest in the care of patients co-infected with the HIV and HCV/HBV viruses and the impact of that epidemic in the US Hispanic population. He is also interested in medical education, particularly in studying effective methods to teach US medical trainees in international settings. Dr. Brito is currently the Program Director for the University of Illinois ID fellowship program; he trained in Internal Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center and completed an Infectious Diseases fellowship at the University of Miami, School of Medicine.
- Maximo Brito, David Quimby, et al. Gastrointestinal Infections and Food Poisoning. In: Mahon , George Manuselis, et al. Textbook of diagnostic Microbiology, 3 rd ed., 2007.
- RO Smith, M. Diaz-Linares, TK Doyle, M. Brito. Development and Provision of Clinical Pharmacy Services at a University Based Co-Infection Clinic. 2005 Annual Meeting of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. San Francisco , CA September 23-26, 2005.
- Quimby D, Brito , MO. Fanconi syndrome associated with use of Tenofovir in HIV infected patients: a case report and review of the literature. The AIDS reader 2005; 15: 357-364.
- Bisno AL, Brito MO, Collins CM. Molecular Basis of Group A Streptococcal Virulence. The Lancet Infectious Diseases 2003; 3: 191-200.
- Lopez F, Brito M, Aude W et al. Update in Internal Medicine. Archives of Medical Research. 31(2000): 329-352.