Teena Chopra, M.D., M.P.H
An infectious disease specialist, Teena Chopra is a professor of internal medicine, infectious diseases, for the Wayne State University School of Medicine, as well as the corporate medical director of infection prevention and hospital epidemiology at the Detroit Medical Center. Chopra also serves on the Wayne State University Presidential Coronavirus Committee, assisting with preparations and response related to the virus. She has offered her expertise on the virus and infectious disease precautions in a number of local and national media outlets, and has been published in numerous medical journals.
Dr. Teena Chopra’s expertise includes:
- Infectious diseases
- Infection control
- Hospital epidemiology
- Antibiotic stewardship
Selected Media Clips:
- Huffpost: Detroit nursing homes are the next coronavirus hot spot
- Time: A coronavirus guide for older adults (and their family advocates)
- Detroit Free Press: Michigan’s coronavirus case count doubles every 3 days
- MLive: In Michigan’s coronavirus crisis, testing may not matter for sick individuals, but for public health it’s key
- MLive: Michigan has become a U.S. epicenter for coronavirus. Why?
- Bloomberg: Virus erupts in U.S. cities where the poor have few defenses
- Detroit News: Michigan’s COVID-19 deaths, positive cases on the rise
- Detroit Free Press: Panic, disruptions and lives on hold: When is the crisis going to end?
- The New York Times: Virus hot spots grow in Middle America
- Bridge: As coronavirus bears down, Detroit enters grim new phase