The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson, Department of Pediatrics, and The University of Arizona Health Network welcome new faculty member Kareem Shehab, MD, assistant professor, to the Section of Infectious Diseases.

He will provide inpatient care for hospitalized children at The University of Arizona Medical Center – Diamond Children’s and outpatient services at The University of Arizona Medical Center Wilmot Physician Offices.
Dr. Kareem ShehabThe University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson, Department of Pediatrics, and The University of Arizona Health Network welcome new faculty member Kareem Shehab, MD, assistant professor, to the Section of Infectious Diseases.
 
As a pediatric infectious diseases physician, Dr. Shehab specializes in the diagnosis, management and prevention of childhood infections and diseases. He will provide inpatient care for hospitalized children at The University of Arizona Medical Center – Diamond Children’s and outpatient services at The University of Arizona Medical Center Wilmot Physician Offices.
 
Dr. Shehab completed medical school at the UA College of Medicine, his residency in pediatrics at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and a fellowship in pediatric infectious diseases at Stanford University School of Medicine.
 
Dr. Shehab’s clinical and research interests include influenza virus infections, influenza vaccinology, coccidioidomycosis and the impact of commensal bacteria on human health.
 
Dr. Shehab is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.