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©2013 UIC Section of Infectious Diseases, Immunology, and International Medicine
Division of Infectious Diseases, Immunology, and International Medicine
Jeremy Young, MD, MPH
Jeremy Young, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Director, ID Fellowship Training Program
University of Illinois at Chicago
Section of Infectious Diseases
808 S. Wood St. Rm 888 MC 735
Chicago, IL 60612
MD – Wayne State University School of Medicine
MPH – The Ohio State University College of Public Health
Internship and Residency, Internal Medicine – The Ohio State University Medical Center
Fellowship, Infectious Diseases – The Ohio State University Medical Center
Honors and Awards
“New Attending of the Year” Award, Internal Medicine Residency Program, University
of Illinois at Chicago, 2010-
“Chief’s Choice” Award, Best Teaching Faculty, Internal Medicine Residency Program,
University of Illinois at Chicago, 2010-
“Caught in the Act” Excellence Award, The University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center, September 9, 2010.
Certificate for Excellence in Teaching, Internal Medicine Residency Program, University
of Illinois at Chicago, 2009-
Top 30% of peer reviewers for Annals of Internal Medicine, 2007.
Interests and Research
Dr. Young leads the University of Illinois Telehealth Program (http://www.medicine.uic.edu/telehealth/),
providing primary and consultative services for patient populations with traditionally
poor access to subspecialty medical services, including the Illinois Department of
Corrections (IDOC). Our ID Section provides care for all persons in the IDOC system
with HIV infection, and those who are treated for hepatitis C, via telemedicine clinics.
The program continues to expand, providing high-
Dr. Young is a principle investigator on the NIH/NIDA funded project “ Seek, Test,
Treat and Retain: A New Model for HIV Care in Prisons” (R01-
Dr. Young also has a great interest in teaching, and is Associate Director of the Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program and member of the Housestaff Evaluation Committee at UIC.
Young JD. Combination therapy for invasive aspergillosis: a review. Invited article, Austin Journal of Infectious Diseases, 2014. In press.
Young JD and Patel MC. HIV subspecialty care in correctional facilities using telemedicine. J Correct Health Care, 2014. In press.
Young JD, Patel MC, Badowski M, Mackesy-
Patel MC and Young JD. Delivering HIV subspecialty care in prisons utilizing telemedicine.
Dis Mon, 2014; 60(5): 196-
Young JD and Cook JL. Infections of the Central Nervous System. In: Clinical Neurology, Hankey GJ and Wardlaw JM, eds. Manson Publishing, 2014.
Khawcharoenporn T, Zawitz C, Young JD, Kessler HA. Continuity of care in a cohort
Borlawsky T, Hota B, Lin MY, Khan Y, Young JD, Santangelo J, Stevenson KB. Development
of a reference information model and knowledgebase for electronic bloodstream infection
detection. American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, November
Dickman J, York S, Pancholi P, Young JD, and Mangino JE. Increase in Bacillus non-