ACTSI Investigator Dr. Aneesh Mehta in the News

Aneesh Mehta, MD, ACTSI investigator, assistant professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, assistant director of the Transplant Infectious Diseases Service, Emory School of Medicine, and consultant for Occupational Exposures at the Yerkes National Primate Center. He enjoys collaborating with his colleagues in the Department of Medicine, Emory Transplant Center, and Emory Vaccine Center on a variety of clinical and translation research projects, as well as IT-related issues. In his free time, he enjoys traveling with his family and being amazed by his daughter.

Time Magazine | Doctors inside Emory's Ebola unit speak out
August 10, 2014

Time Magazine | What comes after Ebola
August 14, 2014

Lab Land | Catching up on Emory transplant advances
August 22, 2014

CNN | What it's like to treat an Ebola patient
August 22, 2014

NBC News | Ebola spreading 'exponentially' as patients seek beds in Liberia
September 8, 2014

Associated Press | Fox NewsCBS News, NPRLos Angeles TimesHealthDay via WebMD, and WSB-TV Atlanta | VIDEO: Emory confident in treating Ebola patient
WABE-FM | Emory eyes bigger picture in treating Ebola patients
September 9, 2014

Associated Press | 4th US aid worker with Ebola arrives in Atlanta
September 9, 2014

Publications:
“Renal transplantation using belatacept without maintenance steroids or calcineurin inhibitors.” Am J Transplant 2014 May;14(5):1142-51. Read more…

“Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever in 2014: The Tale of an Evolving Epidemic.” Ann Intern Med. 2014 Aug 19. doi: 10.7326/M14-1880. [Epub ahead of print] Read more…

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