Antonie J. Auguste, MD, MPH, has received the Infectious Diseases Society of America’s Fellow designation (FIDSA). IDSA Fellows are individuals recognized for having achieved professional excellence and for providing significant service to the profession. Antonie has achieved these goals during her 8 years as a member of the IDSA.

Antonie joined the ID division this year at the rank of Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. Her primary role focuses on providing inpatient Infectious Diseases consultation services via the Infectious Diseases Telemedicine service to multiple additional sites across telemedicine sites and rounding on the in-person services at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital. Additionally, she provides telemedicine Infection Prevention and Control consultation to various telemedicine sites.

Antonie earned her medical degree from the State University of New York Upstate Medical University at Syracuse, completed her residency in Internal Medicine and Fellowship in Infectious Disease at the State University of New York at Stony Brook University Hospital and School of Medicine. She obtained her MPH degree from Columbia University School of Public Health, and a BA degree in biology from Columbia University. Antonie has worked as an Infectious Diseases specialist for the past nine years, serving at the Eastern Connecticut Health Network and Hartford HealthCare System.

Please join us in congratulating Antonie!