Massachusetts General Hospital
Brady Page is a senior resident in Internal Medicine in the Global Medicine program at Massachusetts General Hospital with an interest in infectious diseases and critical care. As a medical student at Tulane University he was a Fulbright-Fogarty fellow at the Universidade Federal da Bahia in Salvador, Brazil where he studied Leishmania/helminth coinfection. He is a prior recipient of the Benjamin H Kean fellowship which gave him the opportunity to evaluate barriers to hepatitis B immunization in Papua New Guinea, where he continues to work on issues related to antimicrobial resistance, sepsis, and health programs for displaced communities. From 2014 to 2018 he served on the ASTMH Clinical Group Student/Trainee Leadership Council and was an Epidemiology Elective Program fellow at CDC in 2018. Brady will begin infectious diseases fellowship in 2021 and ultimately plans for a career operating at the intersection of infectious diseases, critical care, and global health.
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