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Upstate Medical University

Vikram Aggarawal has joined Upstate Medical University as assistant professor of medicine, specializing in nephrology. He is also a member of the Upstate Transplant Program, and will see patients at the Nephrology Clinic at University Health Care Center, Syracuse; University Dialysis, Auburn; University Dialysis, Oswego; and the University Dialysis Center, Syracuse. Elizabeth A. Reddy, M.D., has joined Upstate as assistant professor of medicine, specializing in infectious diseases. Her clinical interest is in HIV infection and her research interests are in the areas of HIV and HCV testing and HIV care and retention. Prior to Upstate, Reddy served in Tanzania as assistant professor of infectious diseases for the Duke University-Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Center Collaboration and clinical research site leader for AIDS Clinical Trials Group studies. She received her medical degree from the University of Rochester and completed residencies in internal medicine and in pediatrics from Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, and a fellowship in infectious disease at Duke University Medical Center; she is board-certified in pediatrics and internal medicine. 


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