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Purba Gupta, M.B.B.S.

Purba Gupta, M.B.B.S.

Infectious Disease

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Professional Background

Dr. Purba Gupta completed her Internal Medicine residency and Infectious Diseases fellowship training from Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. Before that, she had completed her medical school and residency from University of Delhi, India. She was in practice at Cleveland, Ohio thereafter. Du...
Dr. Purba Gupta completed her Internal Medicine residency and Infectious Diseases fellowship training from Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. Before that, she had completed her medical school and residency from University of Delhi, India. She was in practice at Cleveland, Ohio thereafter. Due to her interest in infections in immunocompromised host, she then went on to pursue advanced fellowship in Transplant and Oncology Infectious Diseases at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore and thereafter accepted a position as an attending physician at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. In 2018, she moved to Rochester, NY to join the Transplant Infectious Diseases Division at Strong Memorial Hospital. Her primary clinical interest is in treating complex infections in immunocompromised host including both solid organ transplant recipients and patients with oncologic malignancies and bone marrow transplant recipients. Dr. Gupta is actively involved in teaching general and transplant infectious disease fellows and internal medicine residents. She is also part of a multidisciplinary transplant team here at Strong and actively participates and contributes in the departmental academic activities.

PERSONAL NOTE:
I strive to provide the highest quality care to my patients. I do so by keeping them informed and involving them actively in decision making. I am a firm believer that open communication with patients and the entire team of providers is important to deliver best medical care. In order to make a difference in their lives, going beyond just a "diagnosis" is important and I try my best to listen patiently to them and coordinating care. I thrive in a challenging environment and believe in lifelong learning by active reading, learning from experience of my colleagues and most importantly, learning from my patients.

Certified Specialties

Infectious Disease - American Board of Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine

Faculty Appointments

Assistant Professor - Department of Medicine, Infectious Diseases (SMD)

Credentials

Residency & Fellowship

Fellowship, Transplant Infectious Disease, Johns Hopkins Hospital. 2016 - 2017

Fellowship, Infectious Disease, Maimonides Medical Center. 2010 - 2012

Residency, Internal Medicine, Maimonides Medical Center. 2007 - 2010

Residency, Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Delhi (India). 2000 - 2003

Education

MBBS | Lady Hardinge Medical College (India). 1999

Awards

Excellence Award, Outstanding Third Year Resident, Maimonides Medical Center. 2009 - 2010

Intern of the Month Award, Maimonides Medical Center. 2007 - 2008

Merit Certificate (top 10% of class), Lady Hardinge Medical College, University of Delhi, India. 1995

Publications

Journal Articles

Cryptococcal Infection Presenting as a Pleural Effusion in a Liver Transplant Recipient.

Al-Kaabneh B, Alpizar-Rivas R, Chuang S, Gupta P.

Accepted to Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice for publication in January 2024. 2024; .

"Long-Acting Lipoglycopeptide Antibiotics (Dalbavancin and Oritavancin) for the Treatment of Endotipsitis in a Patient With Cirrhosis. A Case Study."

Winbush A, Alpizar-Rivas R, Gupta P, Zanoria C, Chuang S, Prasad P, Louie T.

Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice. 2022; 30(1).

Trichodysplasia spinulosa successfully treated with adapalene 0.1% gel and oral valganciclovir in a renal transplant recipient.

Shah PR, Esaa FS, Gupta P, Mercurio MG

JAAD case reports.. 2020 January 6 (1):23-25. Epub 12/24/2019.

Does Alkaline Colonic pH Predispose to Clostridium difficile Infection?

Gupta P, Yakubov S, Tin K, Zea D, Garankina O, Ghitan M, Chapnick EK, Homel P, Lin YS, Koegel MM.

Southern Medical Journal (Forthcoming) Feb' 2016 (YJINF-D-15-00101). .

Recurrent Isosporiasis in a Patient With Human T-cell Lymphotropic Virus 1 Infection.

Gupta P, Byrne M, Singh M, Balderacchi J, Lin YS, Chapnick EK, Ghitan M.

Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice. Dec' 2012 (ePub ahead of print); doi: 10.1097/IPC.0b013e31827de00d. .

Effectiveness and feasibility of using a physical barrier device in reducing rates of microbial contamination of sphygmomanometer cuffs.

Bhanot N, Rao S, Sharma S, Malka ES, Ghitan M, Gupta P, Sahud AG, McCaughey B, Chapnick EK.

Journal of Infection Prevention. Nov' 2011; 12(6): 241-245.

Arteriovenous Malformations of the Uterus.

Arora R, Batra A, Saxena P, Gupta P, Minocha B.

The New Zealand Medical Journal Nov' 2004; 117(1206): U1182.

Ovarian Germ Cell Tumor- Clinical Profile and Management- 4 yrs study.

Minocha B, Sen SK, Dewan R, Banerjee S, Sen (Gupta) P.

J Obstet Gynecol Ind Jan-Feb' 2003; 53(1): 62-65.

Venous Thromboembolism in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Sen (Gupta) P, Mittal P, Sharma M, Batra A, Manchanda R, Minocha B.

AOGD (Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Delhi) Bulletin Jun' 2002; 2(6): 6-19.

To assess the role of assay of calcium/ creatinine ratio in a single maternal random mid stream urine sample in patients with hypertensive disorder in pregnancy. Thesis for the degree of 'Doctor of Medicine (MD)' in Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Delhi, Apr' 2002.

Sen (Gupta) P, Minocha B.

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