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Dr. Felicia Chow, MD, MAS

Dr. Felicia Chow is a neurologist and neuro-infectious diseases clinician-researcher with an interest in the intersection of neurology, infectious diseases and global health. She has an active research program focused on the epidemiology, pathogenesis, and treatment of neurological complications of infections, including HIV and tuberculosis, with the goal of improving outcomes of patients with neuro-infectious diseases globally. Dr. Chow has also championed greater diversity in research training and is committed to mentoring trainees, especially those from low and middle-income countries, in global neurology and neuro-infectious diseases clinical research. 

 

Dr. Chow earned her medical degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, completed neurology residency at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, and completed fellowship training in neuro-infectious diseases and HIV neurology at UCSF.