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Nabin K. Shrestha, MD, MPH, is a Staff Physician in the Department of Infectious Diseases, with joint appointments in the Section of Clinical Microbiology of the Department of Clinical Pathology and the Transplantation Center, at the main campus of Cleveland Clinic. He is also the Quality Review Officer for the Department of Infectious Diseases, and Director of the Community-based Parenteral Anti-infective Therapy (CoPAT) program.
He is certified as a Diplomate in Internal Medicine and Diplomate in Infectious Diseases by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is also a Diplomate in Medical Microbiology, conferred by the American Board of Pathology.
mycobacterial infections, tropical infectious diseases, infective endocarditis
Innovations & Patents
Differentiation of MRSA and MSSA by flow cytometry
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