Prof. Naguib Tarek

Prof. Naguib Tarek

MD, MBA, FACP - Clinical Associate Professor of medicine

Internal Medicine Dept, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Amarillo, TX
1215 S. Coulter Avenue # 404, Amarillo, United States of America, 79106

plus Speciality

INFECTIOUS DISEASES

Biography:

Tarek Naguib, MD, MBA, FACP is a graduate of Cairo University School of Medicine in 1981 who recieved his post graduate training in OUHSC in Oklahoma. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in the specialty of internal medicine and also is certified and recertified by the same board in the subspecialties of infectious disease and nephrology. He has been elected as a fellow of the American College of Physicians in 1999 and received his MBA degree in healthcare by the George Washington University School of business in 2007. Besides his 17 years in clinical practice and teaching in the infectious disease and nephrology specialties, he has over 12 years experience as a hospital epidemiologist. He was awarded a national leadership award by the AMA foundation in 2007 and was placed on the Best Doctor in America database in 2009-2013.

Academic positions:

1. Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine in Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Amarillo, Texas 2008-present
2. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine in Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center, OKC, OK, 1997-2008
3. Clinical Instructor of Medicine in Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center, OKC, OK, 1996-1997

Research interests:

Clinical studies in infectious disease and nephrology espcially case reports, electrolytes, and stone disease.

In infectious disease field: Reported cases in Nocardia brasiliensis brain abscess, cryptosporidiosis-induced pneumatosis intestinalis, cytomegalovirus-induced polyradiculomyelitis, and mycobacterim kansasii sinus invasion.

In the nephrology field: Reported cases of combined pseudohypocalcemia and pseudo hyperkalemia and effect of liposomally complexed Amphotericin B on transplanted kidney with chronic disease.

Clinical Trial: Double-blind placebo-controlled crossover trial of intravenous magnesium sulfate for foscarnet-induced ionized hypocalcemia and hypomagnesemia in patients with AIDS and cytomegalovirus infection.

In vitro microbiology work: Mupirocin resistance in methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus from a veteran's hospital.

Any other information:

Reviewer for the Annals of Internal Medicine. Editor, Panhandle Health, the journal of Potter Randall County Medical Society.

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