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Michelle Doll

Michelle Doll

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

Virginia Commonwealth University

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Michelle Doll

Dr. Michelle Doll is assistant professor of internal medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and associate hospital epidemiologist. She is course director for “Contemporary Issues and Controversies in Public Health,” a VCU Master of Public Health program awarded “Best Elective” by graduate students in spring 2020. She chairs the Virginia Healthcare Associated Infection Advisory Group, a collaboration of stakeholders in infection prevention composed of Virginia Department of Health (VDH), Health Quality Innovators, and The Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association. Dr. Doll received a VDH grant to establish a statewide infection prevention training program to expand this expertise in diverse care settings across the Commonwealth. She completed a research fellowship in hospital epidemiology and her Master of Public Health degree at VCU. She completed her infectious diseases clinician fellowship at the University of Maryland and her internal medicine residency at Temple University Hospital where she served as a chief medical resident.

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