Lori E. Fantry, MD, MPH

  • HIV Translational Research Program Director
  • Refugee Clinic Medical Director
  • Associate Clinical Director, Infectious Diseases Division

Dr. Fantry joined the University of Arizona in July 2016. She was previously the medical director of the largest University of Maryland/Institute of Human Virology HIV clinic which provides HIV and hepatitis C care to over 1800 patients per year. She was also involved with HIV clinical research and education and continues to be active in these areas at the University of Arizona.  

Research Interests: 

HIV and cancer HIV and women HIV and cardiovascular disease HIV and access to care

Degrees
  • MPH: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (Baltimore, MD), 1995
  • MD: State University of New York - Upstate Medical University (Syracuse, NY), 1985
  • AB: Princeton University (Princeton, NJ), 1980
Honors and Awards
  • Maryland TB Elimination Committee, Maryland Department of Public Health, 1992
  • First alumni inductee in the Seton Catholic Central Hall of Fame, Seton Catholic Central Booster’s Club, 1995
  • Ambulatory Services Medical Directors Leadership Award, University of Maryland Medical Center, 2006
  • Teaching Commendations in Host Defenses and Infectious Diseases Virology/Mycology Section, University of Maryland School of Medicine, 2006- 2008
  • Certificate of Recognition from Mayor Rawlings-Blake for service to Baltimore, Baltimore City Government, 2016
  • Certificate of Recognition from Governor Hogan for service to Maryland, Maryland State Government, 2016
Residency
  • University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Internal Medicine, 1986-1988
Internship
  • University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Internal Medicine, 1985-1986
Fellowship
  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Infectious Diseases, 1995-1997
Board Certifications
  • American Board of Internal Medicine, 1988
  • Infectious Diseases, 1997, 2003, 2014