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Devon C. Hale

Devon C. Hale

Assistant Dean, Professor | Salt Lake City, Utah    United States of America
Infectious Disease
Infectious Disease, Tropical Infectious Diseases,...More
Spoken at 37 events

Biography :

DeVon C Hale, MD, is a physician at the University Hospital Clinic. As an infectious disease physician, his clinical interests include tropical infectious diseases and travel medicine.

Hale received his medical degree from the University of Utah in 1969. He received training in medicine and infectious diseases from the Ohio State University, University of California, Irvine and the University of Utah. In the past, Hale served as Director of the Tropical Disease and Travel Medicine Clinic at the University and is a consultant to six travel medicine clinics in Utah.

He is currently a member of the International Society of Travel Medicine and the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. He is co-director of the Utah site for the GeoSentinel surveillance program funded by the CDC. He is the Assistant Dean of International Medical Education and has helped establish educational programs for the University of Utah Global Health Initiative.

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Specialties

Infectious Disease

Interested Topics

Infectious Disease, Tropical Infectious Diseases, Travel Medicine, Global Health, International and Humanitarian Medicine, Wilderness Medicine, Parasitic Diseases, Medical Parasitology, Plasmodium, Medical Education, Medical Microbiology

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