Saira Butt, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Dr. Butt is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSOM) since 2016 and is the Director of the Adult Infectious Diseases fellowship-training program since 2018. She trained in infectious diseases at the University of Mississippi Medical center and served as the Associate Program Director at that institute prior to joining IUSOM in 2016. In addition to her efforts within the fellowship program, her education interests include curriculum development and the growth and development of learners as teachers. She has created an Infectious Diseases transitions curriculum for fourth year medical students and she participates as longitudinal ambulatory clinical preceptor for first year medical students. She contributes to the Infectious diseases medical education #IDMedEd on twitter @sairabt. Her clinical interests are HIV, Hepatitis C, NTMs and medical education. She participates in Scotts County, Indiana’s HIV/HCV outreach clinics at their local health department and at the Scottsburg jail. She also maintains outpatient practices in both general infectious diseases and HIV care at the University Hospital, and she attends on the inpatient infectious diseases consult services at the Methodist Hospital.
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