University of Nebraska Medical Center

Jasmine R. Marcelin, MD, FACP, FIDSA

Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine
Associate Medical Director, Antimicrobial Stewardship Program
Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency
Co-Director, Digital Innovation and Social Media Strategy


Jasmine Marcelin

Dr. Marcelin is a Caribbean native born on the island of Dominica. She received her bachelor's degree with a double major in biology and chemistry, and a Diploma in Forensic Science at St. Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She then returned to her second home, Antigua & Barbuda, for medical school at American University of Antigua College of Medicine, after which she then completed her internal medicine residency followed by an infectious diseases fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. During her time at Mayo Clinic, she was a Chief Infectious Diseases Fellow and founding co-chair of the Mayo Fellows’ Association Trainee Diversity & Inclusion Committee.

Dr. Marcelin is a passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion and is a founding member of the Infectious Diseases Society (IDSA) Inclusion, Diversity, Access & Equity Taskforce working toward creating a more diverse and inclusive Infectious Diseases specialty. She is also the co-director of Digital Innovation & Social Media Strategy for the Division of Infectious Diseases, and vice chair of the IDSA Digital Strategy Advisory group, highlighting her influence and expertise in social media for healthcare professionals.

Dr. Marcelin is an Associate Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program. She is the founder and chair of the Developing an Inclusive and Varied Environment for Residents, Students and Educators (DIVERSE) Taskforce.

Clinically Dr. Marcelin practices infectious diseases and has a special interest in antimicrobial stewardship.


  • Medical School: American University of Antigua College of Medicine, 2010
  • Residency: Internal Medicine, Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, 2014
  • Fellowship: Infectious Disease, Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, 2017
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