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Misbahuddin Syed, MD
Specialty: Internal Medicine
Program: Internal & Hospital Medicine
Dr. Syed is an Assistant Member in the Moffitt Cancer Center Department of Internal Medicine, Internal and Hospital Medicine Program. Dr. Syed received his MD from the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine and completed an Internal Medicine Residency at the Lehigh Valley Health Network, Allentown, Pennsylvania. He recently completed an Infectious Disease Fellowship at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. Dr. Syed’s clinical interests include treating infectious as well as other complex medical processes in the oncologic and immunosuppressed patient. His research interests include various aspects of infectious disease in the immunosuppressed patient. He would also like to initiate various quality improvement projects and integrate them into daily practice.
Education & Training
- Internal Medicine
- University of South Florida - Infectious Disease
- Lehigh Valley Health Network - Internal Medicine
- University of South Florida - MD
- Shareef N, Verma N, Syed M. Strongyloides hyperinfection syndrome. Postgrad Med J. 2021 Jan. Pubmedid: 33452142.
- Shareef N, Syed M. Disseminated fusariosis presenting as ecthyma gangrenosum. Postgrad Med J. 2021 Feb. Pubmedid: 33547141.
- Keerty D, Shareef NA, Ramsakal A, Haynes E, Syed M. Cefepime-Induced Encephalopathy. Cureus. 2021 Feb.13(2):e13125. Pubmedid: 33728142. Pmcid: PMC7935159.
- Syed M. Krukenberg tumour. Postgrad Med J. 2020 Sep. Pubmedid: 32943472.
- Syed M. Pill-induced oesophagitis. Postgrad Med J. 2020 May. Pubmedid: 32423921.
- Chandrasekhar S, Syed M. Vagally mediated intermittent high-grade atrioventricular block in an asymptomatic patient. Postgrad Med J. 2020 Dec. Pubmedid: 33310897.
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