Sucheta Jayantilal Doshi MBBChB

Adjunct Instructor, General Internal Medicine

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Sucheta Doshi

General Internal Medicine


Dr. Doshi is a Certified Lifestyle Medicine specialist and CDC trained medical epidemiologist with a background in global health, vaccines, vaccine preventable diseases, women's health, maternal child health, and infectious disease prevention. She has worked closely with multiple international organizations on many technical assignments related to measles elimination, polio eradication, and immunization surveillance reviews and campaigns in multiple countries, including India, Eastern Europe, Ghana, and Pacific Islands. She is board certified in Preventive Medicine/General Public Health, Family Medicine, and Lifestyle Medicine.


Published on 4/11/2023

Linsenmeyer K, Mohr D, Gupta K, Doshi S, Gifford AL, Charness ME. Sickness presenteeism in healthcare workers during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic: An observational cohort study. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2023 Oct; 44(10):1693-1696. PMID: 37039605.

Published on 11/1/2021

Linsenmeyer K, Charness ME, O'Brien WJ, Strymish J, Doshi SJ, Ljaamo SK, Gupta K. Vaccination Status and the Detection of SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Health Care Personnel Under Surveillance in Long-term Residential Facilities. JAMA Netw Open. 2021 11 01; 4(11):e2134229. PMID: 34757413.

Published on 6/1/2021

Gupta K, O'Brien WJ, Bellino P, Linsenmeyer K, Doshi SJ, Sprague RS, Charness ME. Incidence of SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Health Care Workers After a Single Dose of mRNA-1273 Vaccine. JAMA Netw Open. 2021 06 01; 4(6):e2116416. PMID: 34132795.

Published on 7/1/2011

Doshi SJ, Sandhu HS, Venczel LV, Hymbaugh KJ, Deshpande JM, Pallansch MA, Bahl S, Wenger JD, Cochi SL. Poliomyelitis-related case-fatality ratio in India, 2002-2006. Clin Infect Dis. 2011 Jul 01; 53(1):13-9. PMID: 21653297.

Published on 1/1/2009

Doshi S, Khetsuriani N, Zakhashvili K, Baidoshvili L, Imnadze P, Uzicanin A. Ongoing Measles and Rubella Transmission in Georgia, 2004-2005: Implications for the National and Regional Elimination Efforts. Int J Epidemiol. 2009; 38(1):182-91.

Published on 12/15/2008

Doshi S, Khetsuriani N, Zakhashvili K, Baidoshvili L, Imnadze P, Uzicanin A. Ongoing measles and rubella transmission in Georgia, 2004-05: implications for the national and regional elimination efforts. Int J Epidemiol. 2009 Feb; 38(1):182-91. PMID: 19074954.

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