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Meet the Clinical Leaders of EBSCO Health

Sheila Bond, MD
Deputy Editor, DynaMed

Sheila Bond, MD is Deputy Editor of Infectious Disease and Immunology. She is a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School and an Associate Physician at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital where she attends on the transplant infectious disease service.  Dr. Bond also continues research on the immune control of viral infections in solid-organ transplant recipients at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She is board certified from the American Board of Internal Medicine, and the American Board of Infectious Disease. Dr. Bond graduated from Northwestern University and completed her internal medicine residency and fellowship in infectious diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital.

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