Albert J Eid

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Associate Professor
University of Kansas Medical Center, American

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Biography

Dr. Albert J Eid is an Infectious Disease Specialist in Kansas City, Kansas. He graduated with honors in 2000. Having more than 17 years of diverse experiences, especially in INFECTIOUS DISEASE, INTERNAL MEDICINE, Dr. Albert J Eid affiliates with University Of Kansas Hospital, and cooperates with other doctors and specialists in medical group Kansas University Physicians Inc. Call Dr. Albert J Eid on phone number (913) 588-6035 for more information and advises or to book an appointment.

Research Interest

Translational Research Projects to Characterize Virus-Host Interaction 1) Kinetics of cytomegalovirus replication and CMV-specific immune reconstitution after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation 2) Kinetics of cytomegalovirus replication and CMV-specific immune reconstitution after solid organ transplantation 3) Role of toll-like receptors in the development of infectious complications after solid organ transplantation 4) BK Nephropathy in Kidney Transplant Recipients 5) Viral Load Monitoring of Transplant Patients Clinical Research Projects Focused on Transplant Infectious Diseases 6) Clinical Research on Infections in Transplant Recipients 7) CMV Retinitis in Transplant Recipients 8) CMV Colitis in Transplantation: Therapeutic strategies and Outcomes 9) Parvovirus B19 Infections in Transplant Patients 10) Utility of preemptive therapy following antiviral prophylaxis to prevent delayed onset cytomegalovirus disease in high-risk kidney and pancreas transplant recipients Clinical Research Projects Focused on General Infectious Diseases 11) Chlamydia and Toll-like Receptors in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction 12) Case Report of Vancomycin-induced IgA linear bullous dermatosis 13) Prosthetic Joint Infections due to Rapidly Growing Mycobacteria species 14) Ocular candidiasis in patients with Candida fungemia

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