A podcast covering the world of Transplant Infectious Diseases. From the principles to practice to cutting edge science and everything in between
Immunosuppression and infection: Dan Brennan Interview
In this episode, I am joined by Dan Brennan, Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Director of the Comprehensive Transplant Center at Johns Hopkins. He shares his experiences and the contributions he has made in his career.
We are looking at a case and treatment options of a 52 year old man with a history of diabetes, hypertension, end stage kidney disease and kidney transplant roughly a month ago. He has CMV donor positive, recipient negative status.
CMV infection in BMT and Bill Werbel Interview
In this episode, we are looking at a case of a 62 year old many with a history of AML, who underwent a bone marrow transplant, and what his risks are for CMV Viremia and CMV complications.
I am joined by Bill Werbel, Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Disease working on the Transplant and Oncology Infectious Disease team, to talk about his journey to working in infectious disease and his experiences.
Treatment of acute COVID-19 and Olivia Kates Interview
In this episode, we are looking at current Covid-19 treatment options for a 47 year old female with diabetes, hypertension, end stage renal disease who had a kidney transplant 2 years ago.
My colleague, Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Olivia Kates, is joining me to talk about her experience with conducting a Covid-19 study at the beginning of the pandemic and her first years as a physician.
Masks, COVID-19 and Christine Durand Interview
Cameron Wolfe Interview COVID-19
Interview with Cameron Wolfe providing update on COVID-19 in Transplant
COVID-19 and transplant
Background on novel coronavirus and review of guidance from professional societies and health authorities on this infection in transplant patients