Dr. Daniel Kuritzkes has served as our Division Chief since January 2012. Dr. Kuritzkes had previously served as the Associate Division Chief under Dr. Elliott Kieff. Dr. Kuritzkes is a Professor of Medicine and current Chair of the national AIDS Clinical Trials Group Network, an N.I.H. funded international network that conducts clinical trials of novel therapeutics in HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and viral hepatitis. Dr. Kuritzkes also directs the Partners/Harvard AIDS Clinical Trials Unit and the Harvard Center for AIDS Research Program in HIV Therapeutics.
Dr. Paul Sax is the Division’s Medical Director. Dr. Sax directs the BWH HIV program, and is an internationally recognized expert in HIV clinical care. Besides his clinical leadership roles, Dr. Sax is the course director for the HMS rotation in infectious diseases and for two HMS postgraduate courses.
Dr. James Maguire returned to the BWH in 2008 after a brief interval with the CDC, as a Master Clinician and Teacher in Infectious Diseases. He is an international expert in parasitology and tropical medicine.
Dr. Lindsey Baden is Director of the BWH/DFCI Infectious Diseases Immune-Compromised Host inpatient and outpatient consultative services and also serves as the Division's Director of Clinical Research.
Drs. Richard Platt and Deborah Yokoe co-direct the BWH and DFCI hospital epidemiology programs, study the prevention of morbidity from infection and antimicrobial use in the BWH, DFCI, and HVMA network, and oversee Dr. Thomas O’Brien’s group in WHONET international surveillance of antibiotic resistance. Dr. Yokoe serves as the hospital epidemiologist for BWH and DFCI and Dr. Michael Klompas serves as Associate Hospital Epidemiologist.
Please visit the "Our Research" page in order to learn more about the division's research projects.
For over a century, a leader in patient care, medical education and research, with expertise in virtually every specialty of medicine and surgery.