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Mahesh Patel, MD




Mahesh Patel, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

University of Illinois at Chicago
Section of Infectious Diseases
808 S. Wood St. Rm 888 MC 735
Chicago, IL 60612
312-996-6732

mp3@uic.edu







Biography:

Dr. Patel provides a broad range of clinical infectious diseases services.  Dr. Patel has a particular interest in patients with HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, Staph Aureus, and bloodstream infections. 


Education:

Board Certification: Internal Medicine, Pediatrics,Infectious Diseases

Fellowship: Montefiore Hospital

Residency: Indiana University School of Medicine

Internship: Indiana University School of Medicine

Medical School: Ohio State University College of Medicine


Specialty:



Recent Publications:


Patel MC and Young, JD. Delivering HIV subspecialty care in prisons utilizing

telemedicine. Dis Mon. 2014. May;60(5):196-200.


Badowski, M, Werner, R, Young, J, Vaughn, P, Shicker, L, Patel, MC. Analysis

Of Baseline HIV-1 Genotypes in Naïve Subjects with HIV in a Correctional

Setting. 2014 European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious

Disease Conference. Presented May 2014.


Jeremy D. Young, MD, MPH, Mahesh C. Patel, MD, Mary Ellen Mackesy-

Amiti, PhD, Melissa Badowski, PharmD, BCPS, Pyrai Vaughn, MA, Louis

Shicker, MD, Michael Puisis, DO, and Lawrence Ouellet, PhD. Improved

Virologic Suppresson with HIV Subspecialty Care in a Large Prison System

Using Telemedicine: an observational study with historical controls. Clin

Infect Dis. 2014. May;59(1):123-126.


Jeremy D. Young, MD, MPH, Mahesh C. Patel, MD, Pyrai Vaughn, MA,

Melissa Badowski, PharmD, BCPS, Louis Shicker, MD, Michael Puisis, DO,

Mary Ellen Mackesy-Amiti, PhD, and Lawrence Ouellet, PhD. Improved

Virologic Suppresson with HIV Subspecialty Care in a Large Prison System

Using Telemedicine. 2014 International HIV Treatment as Prevention (TasP)

Workshop. Oral abstract presentation in April 2014.


Young, J and Patel, MC. HIV subspecialty care in correctional facilities using

telemedicine. Journal of Correctional Health Care. Accepted for publication

on Jan 4, 2014.


Sango, K, Joseph, A, Patel, M, Osiecki, K, Dutta, M, Goldstein, H. Highly active

antiretroviral therapy potently suppresses HIV infection in humanized

Rag2-/-gammac-/- mice. AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses 2010 Jul

26(7): 735-746.