Amina Zeidan, MPH, CPH
Amina is a current graduate student in the Translational Science doctorate program at UT Health San Antonio and UT Austin. She currently performs research related to healthcare-associated infections under the guidance of Dr. Kelly Reveles, with a focus on Clostridioides difficile infection and infectious disease relationships with the gut microbiome. Amina both studies and works within the Pharmacotherapy Education and Research Center, teaching third-year pharmacy students in intravenous admixture and epidemiological measures within evidence-based practice. After graduation she intends on pursuing a translational science research career focused on infectious disease and outbreak investigations.
[Under Review] Reveles KR, Young EH, Zeidan AR, Dong Q (2019). Microbiome Changes in Aging. In: Handbook of the Biology of Aging, 19th Edition. Musi N, Hornsby P, Eds. London: Academic Press.
Argamany JR, Lee GC, Duhon BD, Zeidan AR, Young EH, et al. (2019) A possible association between statin use and improved Clostridioides difficileinfection mortality in veterans. PLOS ONE 14(5): e0217423. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0217423
Kip KE, Berumen J, Zeidan AR, Hernandez DF, Finnegan AP. The emergence of accelerated resolution therapy for treatment of post‐traumatic stress disorder: A review and new subgroup analyses. Couns Psychother Res. 2019; 19: 117– 129. https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12210
Graduate Certificate, Infection Control, University of South Florida, 2017
Graduate Certificate, Applied Biostatistics, University of South Florida, 2017
MPH, Epidemiology, University of South Florida, 2017
MPH, Global Communicable Disease, University of South Florida, 2017
BS, Community Health and Preventive Medicine, George Mason University, 2015
- James A. Ferguson Emerging Infectious Disease Research Initiatives for Student Enhancement (RISE) Fellowship Program, Division of High-Consequence Pathogens and Pathology, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA. Selected Fellow, May - July 2020.
- Jamie N. Delgado Graduate Fellowship, UT Austin College of Pharmacy Endowed Scholarship Program, 2019 - 2020 academic year recipient.
- Best Science Talk Presentation, UT Health San Antonio Pharmacotherapy Education & Research Center, August 6, 2019.