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Management of Patients With Persistent Symptoms After COVID-19

May 24, 2022 03:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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H. Clifford Lane, MD
Deputy Director, Clinical Research and Special Projects Director, Division of Clinical Research @National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
Dr. Cliff Lane is the NIAID Deputy Director for Clinical Research and Special Projects. Dr. Lane’s responsibilities include directing the activities of the Division of Clinical Research, which supports and coordinates both intramural and extramural research involving human volunteers. Dr. Lane started his career at NIAID in 1979 as a clinical associate in the Laboratory of Immunoregulation (LIR). In 1985, he was appointed NIAID Deputy Clinical Director, and in 1989 he became the chief of the LIR Clinical and Molecular Retrovirology Section, a position he still holds. In 1991, Dr. Lane became clinical director of NIAID and in 2006 assumed his current position. He also functions as the NIAID liaison with the U.S. Departments of Defense and Homeland Security.
Aluko A. Hope, MD, MSCE
Associate Professor, Division of Pulmonary/Critical Care Medical Director, Long Covid-19 Program @Oregon Health and Sciences University
Dr. Aluko Hope is associate professor of pulmonary and critical care and is medical director of the OHSU Long COVID-19 Program. He is a physician-scientist whose research focus is on improving the recovery of adults after acute illness. Dr. Hope is one of the leading voices in the conversation about long COVID. Prior to joining OHSU, Dr. Hope served 10 years with Montefiore Medical Center, the university hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where he was the founding director of the COVID-19 Recovery Engagement Clinic at Montefiore-Einstein. Dr. Hope earned his medical degree at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine where he also completed a Master's degree in Clinical Epidemiology. His residency training was in primary care Internal Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center, followed by training in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital and Montefiore Medical Center.
Carlos del Rio, MD
Executive Associate Dean Distinguished Professor Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases @Emory University School of Medicine
Dr. Carlos del Rio is a Distinguished Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Emory University School of Medicine and Executive Associate Dean for Emory at Grady. He is also Professor of Global Health and Professor of Epidemiology at the Rollins School of Public Health. He is co-Director of the Emory Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) and co-PI of the Emory-CDC HIV Clinical Trials Unit and the Emory Vaccine and Treatment Evaluation Unit. Dr. del Rio is a native of Mexico where he attended medical school at Universidad La Salle, graduating in 1983. He did his Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases residencies at Emory University. Dr. del Rio was Chief of the Emory Medical Service at Grady Memorial Hospital from 2001 - 2009 and Chair of the Hubert Department of Global Health from 2009 - 2019. Dr. del Rio’s research focuses on the early diagnosis, access to care, engagement in care, compliance with antiretrovirals and the prevention of HIV infection.
Lindsay Lief, MD
Abby Joseph Cohen Clinical Scholar and Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine @Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University, Associate Attending Physician, New York Presbyterian Hospital
Dr. Lief is honored to be part of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine here at Weill Cornell. She chose this specialty, and particularly the care of admitted patients to the Medical Intensive Care Unit which are cared for by our Pulmonary Consult Service, because it requires care of the whole patient. She often encounters patients and their families during episodes of critical illness and sometimes at the end of life. It is during these crucial moments that she uses the most advanced technology, up-to-date literature and her understanding of hemodynamics, physiology and the natural history of disease to care for her patients. She prided herself in supporting not only her patients, but also their families through these difficult experiences. As a complement to caring for patients, Dr. Lief is devoted to educating the next generation of medical professionals.
Forum Moderator: Elisa I. Choi, MD
Internist and Infectious Disease Physician in Clinical Practice @Harvard Medical School and Chair, ACP Board of Governors
Dr. Choi is Chair of the Board of Governors of the American College of Physicians, as well as Governor of the Massachusetts chapter of ACP. She is a member of ACP's delegation to the American Medical Association House of Delegates. She sits on numerous national ACP committees and is a current member of the Medical Informatics Committee of ACP. She has been involved in health IT-related efforts in her practice. Dr. Choi is board-certified in internal medicine and infectious diseases, is a Fellow (FACP) of ACP, is a Fellow (FIDSA) of the Infectious Disease Society of America, and practices in community-based medicine as an internist, and as an infectious disease, HIV, and Hepatitis infection specialist.