Erik R. Dubberke, MD, MSPH
Professor of Medicine
- Director, Section of Transplant Infectious Diseases
- BA: Augustana College, Rock Island, IL (1995)
- Medical Degree: University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, Rockford, IL (1999)
- Residency: Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO (2002)
- Internal Medicine
- Infectious Diseases
Infectious diseases, C. difficile infection, fungal infections, infections in transplant patients, infections in cancer patients.
My research focuses on healthcare epidemiology in transplant and oncology patients, specifically bloodstream infections and C. difficile-associated disease. I study risk factors for these infections and evaluate ways to prevent them. I also am studying risk factors and outcomes of C. difficile-associated disease at Barnes-Jewish Hospital as well as other hospitals that are members of BJC Healthcare. I hope to determine the influence antibiotic prescribing patterns and patient related factors have on the risk of developing C. difficile-associated disease in multiple healthcare settings.
Dr. Dubberke joined the Infectious Diseases Division in 2005. He received his MD from University of Illinois at Chicago, Rockford Campus in 1999. Afterwards he did his medicine internship and residency at Washington University School of Medicine and Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. He subsequently stayed at Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Hospital to do his Infectious Diseases fellowship.