Dennis Israelski, MD
Dennis has over three decades of diverse accomplishments in the domain of Infectious Diseases and Global Health. As an internationally recognized clinician, educator and researcher, his career has been dedicated to ensuring that most at-risk populations have access to quality, community-based healthcare services.
He began his work with InSTEDD in 2007 as VP of Programs where he was responsible for overseeing program strategy and implementation. Currently, he is a Clinical Professor of Medicine in Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. Previously, he served as the Chief Medical Officer at the Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation where he provided adaptive technical assistance to national programs for HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services in Cambodia, China, Ghana, and Zimbabwe. In addition, he was the Chief of Infectious Diseases at the San Mateo County Medical Center and Health Department in Northern California from 1988 until 2008.