Mohanad Al Obaidi, MD is an expert in infectious diseases in the immunocompromised patients within the solid organ, bone marrow transplant and oncology patient populations. He completed his medical school in Iraq at the University of Baghdad. During his two-year infectious disease fellowship and his third year in transplant infectious disease fellowship at the University of Texas, Houston, he trained to manage ID in oncology and solid organ transplant patients at MD Anderson and Memorial Herman hospitals. His current research interest extends from invasive fungal infections to viral and bacterial infections in the immunocompromised hosts. Dr. Al-Obaidi participates in many clinical trials as a principal investigator and co-investigator in antifungal and antiviral therapy studies. His most recent interest is the study of invasive candidiasis epidemiology in Arizona and evaluating the impact of azole antifungal therapy on the selection of species.
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This University of Arizona event is sponsored by the Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, UArizona College of Medicine - Tucson. It is open to the public, particularly community physicians and other interested health care professionals.