Dr. Fadul named to national board

Nada Fadul, MD

Nada Fadul, MD

UNMC’s Nada Fadul, MD, professor of infectious diseases, assistant dean in the UNMC College of Medicine’s Office of DEI, and medical director of the Specialty Care Center, has been selected for the Infectious Disease Society of America’s HIV Medical Association Board.

Dr. Fadul will begin her three-year term in October.

“It’s an honor and a privilege to be selected to serve the society and the HIV community at large in this role,” Dr. Fadul said. “I am looking forward to the opportunity to expand my advocacy efforts to eliminate health disparities and strive towards equity for people living with and at risk for HIV infection.

The HIV Medicine Association is a community of health care professionals who advance a comprehensive and humane response to the HIV pandemic, informed by science and social justice. The association’s strategic priorities include increasing access to health care services and coverage for populations at risk for HIV and people with HIV and sustaining and building a robust, diverse and culturally competent HIV workforce.”

1 comment

  1. Precious Davis says:

    Nice. Congratulations Dr. Fadul.

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