Thomas Holland, MD, MSc-GH

Dr. Holland is an Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, at Duke University, where he practices both as a hospitalist and infectious disease specialist. He has expertise in conducting multidisciplinary research in antimicrobial resistance, particularly in the design and conduct of clinical trials in Staphylococcus aureus infections. He additionally led the clinical response to the COVID pandemic at Duke Health, where he directed dedicated COVID wards, cared for patients, kept clinical teams up-to-date on rapidly evolving scientific and treatment information, and conducted clinical trials. He was awarded the Presidential Award for his efforts. A physician scientist with a deep interest in global health, Dr. Holland’s work overseas has included investigating the prevalence of rheumatic heart disease in Kenya and working with a primarily Aboriginal population in the Australian Outback. Dr. Holland received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and his MD from Wake Forest University. He completed Internal Medicine residency and Infectious Diseases fellowship training at Duke, where he currently practices.

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