Dev Anderson, MD, MPH, FSHEA, FIDSA

Dr. Dev Anderson is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Duke University Medical Center.

He graduated from Duke University School of Medicine in 2001. He completed his Internal Medicine residency (2004) and Infectious Disease fellowship (2006) at Duke University Medical Center and subsequently received his MPH in Epidemiology from the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health in 2007.

He is Co-Director of the Duke Infection Control Outreach Network, Medical Director of the Duke Antimicrobial Stewardship and Evaluation Team, and Associate Hospital Epidemiologist at Duke University Hospital.

Dr. Anderson is active in SHEA. He is a Member of the SHEA/IDSA Healthcare Associated Infection Allied Taskforce, the SHEA Research Committee, and the SHEA Antimicrobial Stewardship Committee. He is the Research Committee liaison to the SHEA Public and Government Affairs Committee. He was the SHEA Representative for a CDC Stakeholders Meeting to Discuss Validation and Use of Electronic Data for Bloodstream Infection (BSI) Surveillance in Dialysis in 2011. He is also an Editorial Board member of Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology.

His primary research interest is in the development of strategies to prevent harm and improve quality in hospitalized patients, primarily through reduction of healthcare associated infections and improved antimicrobial utilization. His specific research interests include healthcare epidemiology in community hospital settings through DICON, surgical site infections, antimicrobial stewardship, multidrug-resistant organisms, and environmental disinfection. He has received research support from the NIH/NIAID, the CDC, AHRQ, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.