Richard A. Serrao, MD

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Richard Serrao
(617) 638-8052
150 S Huntington Avenue

Biography

Dr. Serrao received undergraduate training in Biomedical Sciences and his medical degree from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA via the accelerated University of California UCR/UCLA 7 year premed-med program and received his diplomat in internal medicine from Cedars Sinai medical center in Los Angeles. He went on to infectious diseases fellowship training at Boston Medical Center with additional training in transplantation infectious diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital. He is currently assistant professor in the sections of general internal medicine and infectious diseases and attends on many clinical rotations training students, residents and fellows (in infectious diseases) from BU, BIDMC and Brigham and Women’s programs at the VA Boston Healthcare System. He is the medical director for the popular Ambulatory Diagnostic Treatment Center (ADTC) at the JPVA and is an associate clerkship director for the internal medicine 3rd year core internal medicine rotation. His current projects focus on enhancing critical thinking in making clinical diagnoses as well as incorporating media into medical education.

Other Positions

  • VA Boston Healthcare System

Education

  • University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine, MD
  • University of California, Riverside, BS

Publications

  • Published on 5/1/2016

    Serrao RA, Orlander JD. The Ambulatory Diagnostic and Treatment Center: A Unique Model for Educating Medical Trainees and Providing Expedited Care. Acad Med. 2016 May; 91(5):669-72. PMID: 26839944.

    Read at: PubMed
  • Published on 11/1/2013

    Helbig S, Brecher SM, Serrao RA. Corynebacterium striatum cardiovascular implantable device infection. Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice. 2013; 21:401-404.

    Read at: Custom
  • Published on 4/30/2013

    Morrison VA, Oxman MN, Levin MJ, Schmader KE, Guatelli JC, Betts RF, Gelb LD, Pachucki CT, Keay SK, Menzies B, Griffin MR, Kauffman CA, Marques AR, Toney JF, Simberkoff MS, Serrao R, Arbeit RD, Gnann JW, Greenberg RN, Holodniy M, Keitel WA, Yeh SS, Davis LE, Crawford GE, Neuzil KM, Johnson GR, Zhang JH, Harbecke R, Chan IS, Keller PM, Williams HM, Boardman KD, Silber JL, Annunziato PW. Safety of zoster vaccine in elderly adults following documented herpes zoster. J Infect Dis. 2013 Aug 15; 208(4):559-63. PMID: 23633406.

    Read at: PubMed
  • Published on 11/1/2007

    Tandon R, Kim KS, Serrao R. Disseminated Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare infection in a person with AIDS with cutaneous and CNS lesions. AIDS Read. 2007 Nov; 17(11):555-60. PMID: 18170919.

    Read at: PubMed
  • Published on 6/2/2005

    Oxman MN, Levin MJ, Johnson GR, Schmader KE, Straus SE, Gelb LD, Arbeit RD, Simberkoff MS, Gershon AA, Davis LE, Weinberg A, Boardman KD, Williams HM, Zhang JH, Peduzzi PN, Beisel CE, Morrison VA, Guatelli JC, Brooks PA, Kauffman CA, Pachucki CT, Neuzil KM, Betts RF, Wright PF, Griffin MR, Brunell P, Soto NE, Marques AR, Keay SK, Goodman RP, Cotton DJ, Gnann JW, Loutit J, Holodniy M, Keitel WA, Crawford GE, Yeh SS, Lobo Z, Toney JF, Greenberg RN, Keller PM, Harbecke R, Hayward AR, Irwin MR, Kyriakides TC, Chan CY, Chan IS, Wang WW, Annunziato PW, Silber JL. A vaccine to prevent herpes zoster and postherpetic neuralgia in older adults. N Engl J Med. 2005 Jun 2; 352(22):2271-84. PMID: 15930418.

    Read at: PubMed
  • Published on 1/1/2004

    Orlander J, Serrao R. Gatifloxacin-Induced Hyperglycemia. Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice. 2004; 12(4):230-232.

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