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Dr. Aliyah Baluch is the Bone Marrow Transplant Infectious Diseases (BMT ID) attending. She has clinic in the BMT Clinic half a day per week. Her overall interests are infections in immunosuppressed patients (BMT and solid organ transplant recipients) with a focus on microbiology with antimicrobial stewardship. She coordinates monthly microbiology rounds between pathologists, internal medicine, infectious disease physicians and rotating medical students. As an educator, Dr. Baluch also gives lectures at Moffitt and outside facilities on various subjects pertinent to Transplant Infectious Diseases. On a regular basis, medical students, nurse practitioner and physician assistant students rotate with Dr. Baluch. Dr. Aliyah Baluch participates on multiple Moffitt committees as the ID liaison. Dr. Baluch also continues to be abstract and journal reviewer for many national committees and peer-reviewed publications. In her free time, Dr. Baluch also volunteers via the Moffitt volunteer group, STARS.
Education & Training
Start Year: 2013 End Year: 2013 Nick Porter Award for “Spirit of Moffitt”, Sponsor: Moffitt Cancer Center
Start Year: 2012 End Year: 2012 Young Investigator Award , Sponsor: American Transplant Congress
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