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photo Linda Nabha, MD

Infectious Diseases

Email: nabhal@upmc.edu

Contact
 
E-mail: nabhal@upmc.edu
Education and Training
Education
Medical Degree, Georgetown University School of Medicine, 2007
Masters Degree in Physiology and Biophysics, Georgetown University School of Medicine, 2003
Bachelors of Science, Univerisity of Michigan, 2001
Training
Infectious Diseases and Travel Medicine Fellowship, Georgetown University Hospital, 2013
Internal Medicine Residency and Internship, Georgetown University Hospital, 2010
Research Interest
Dr. Nabha’s research interests have focused on HIV related morbidity.
Clinical Interest
Dr. Linda Nabha is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine and joined the Division of Infectious Diseases in 2020. Her major clinical interests include general infectious diseases and HIV prevention and treatment. She also has an interest in advancements of telemedicine in infectious diseases.
Educational Interest
Dr. Nabha has a strong interest in student mentorship. She has mentored both pre-medical and medical students. Her prior educational interest focused on academic lectures to medical students, residents and fellow.
Publications
Selected Publications:
Nabha L, Duong L, Timpone J. HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders: perspective on management strategies. Drugs. 2013; 73(9): 893-905.
Colombo RE, Fiorentino C, Dodd LE, Hunsberger S, Haney C, Barrett K, Nabha L, Davey RT Jr, Olivier KN. A phase 1 randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover trial of DAS181 (Fludase®) in adult subjects with well-controlled asthma. BMC Infectious Diseases. 2016; 16: 54.
Nabha L, Krishnan S, Ramanathan R, Mejia R, Roby G, Sheikh V, McAuliffe I, Nutman T, Sereti I. Prevalence of Strongyloides stercoralis in an urban US AIDS cohort. Global Health. 2012; 106(4): 238-44.
Nabha L, Garbern JC, Buller CL, Charpie JR. Vascular oxidative stress precedes high blood pressure in spontaneously hypertensive rats. Clinical and Experimental Hypertension. 2005; 27(1): 71-82.
Notable Achievements
Member, Infectious Diseases Society of America, 2011-present
Washingtonian Top Doctor, Washington, DC, 2019
Infectious Disease Society of America Fellowship Award, 2012
Bertram Hoffberger Research Achievement Award for Fellow Clinical Research Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC, 2012