Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH
Monica Gandhi, MD, is a specialist in infectious diseases, specifically in HIV and AIDS. She is a specialist in developing new methods of measuring the differences between men’s and women’s responses to antiretroviral therapy.
The University of California, San Francisco, (UCSF) is the first medical facility that Dr. Gandhi has practiced medicine. Throughout her studies and her career, Dr. Gandhi has participated and directed many studies involving women, HIV and antiviral therapy. Most of these studies have been published in annual and quarterly medical journals. Her studies became notable starting back in 1995. Dr. Gandhi has co-written two books, titled, Blueprints Clinical Cases in Medicine, (May 2002) and Blueprints Notes and Cases: Microbiology and Immunology, January 2003). She has also earned several awards; namely, the Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health Award and the Hellman Award for Early Career Faculty, a notable national award.
Dr. Gandhi earned her medical degree at Harvard University. She completed an internal medicine residency and infectious diseases fellowship at the UCSF. While attending UCSF, Dr. Gandhi earned a Master’s Degree of Public Health in epidemiology and biostatistics and the University of California, Berkeley in 2001. She also earned a postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for AIDS Prevention at UCSF in 2003.