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Sigal Yawetz



Dr. Yawetz earned her BSc and MD from Tel-Aviv University in Israel in 1993. She completed an internal medicine residency and an immunology research fellowship at the West LA VAMC/UCLA school of Medicine in Los Angeles, CA in 1997, and an infectious diseases and HIV clinical fellowships at the Mass General Brigham (MGB) Combined Training Program at Harvard Medical School. She’s been a faculty member of Harvard Medical School (HMS) and an attending physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) Division of Infectious Diseases since 1999 focusing on clinical care and education. She has national recognition in areas of HIV care and prevention in women, reproductive infectious diseases, and infections of the genitourinary tract. She is the director of the BWH Ryan White HIV Program for Women and Youth and is a lead consultant to Occupational Health services at the Mass General Brigham organization, overseeing protocols for blood-borne pathogen exposures and HIV prevention. Dr. Yawetz is the co-chair of the BWH Infectious Diseases’ Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. She’s a current member of the Infectious Diseases Society of Americas urinary tract infection guidelines expert panel. Dr. Yawetz writes and peer edits for UpToDate, edits for Dynamed and codirects an Infectious Diseases CME course at HMS.

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