Associate Professor Term
Medical Director Nathan Smith Clinic
Program Director, HIV Primary Care Training Track
HIV Infections; Patient Outcome Assessment
Adult; HIV Infections; Infectious Disease Medicine
Dr. Lydia Aoun Barakat is a faculty at the Yale University School of Medicine. She is the Medical Director of the Nathan Smith Clinic at Yale New Haven Hospital that cares for over 900 patients living with HIV/AIDS. Dr. Barakat’s career is highlighted by her commitment for managing HIV disease. She has received and contributed in multiple HRSA and CDC grants that are dedicated to the mission of serving the people living with HIV/AIDS and require a long term vision in accomplishing a high...
Associate Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases)
Director, Internal Medicine Clerkship
Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Traditional Residency Program
Associate Chair for Education and Academic Affairs
Chlamydia Infections; Global Health; Gonorrhea; Infectious Disease Medicine; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Bacterial; Syphilis; Vaginosis, Bacterial
Dr. Dunne has spent the majority of her career focusing on the care of patients with sexually transmitted diseases and on the education of clinicians who also care for these patients. In addition to STD clinic, she sees patients in the International Travel Clinic at Yale University Health Services and provides care at HIV-infected patients at the Nathan Smith Clinic.
Dr Dunne also enjoys medical education and spends a good portion of her time teaching medical students and residents.
Professor of Medicine (General Medicine)
Clinical Competence; Curriculum; Education, Graduate; Evidence-Based Practice; Internal Medicine; Learning
Dr. Green received his medical degree from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine and Master of Science in Health Policy and Management from Harvard School of Public Health. His post graduate training included an internship, residency, and fellowship in general medicine at the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston and the Harvard Medical School.
Dr Green serves on the SGIM evidence-based medicine task force, the SGIM reforming internal medicine residency training task force, and the...
Associate Professor of Medicine (General Medicine)
Dr. Tetrault’s scholarly work focuses on care of patients with addicition and the medical co-morbidities associated with substance use, mainly HIV and Hepatitis C. She is a diplomate of the American Board of Addiction Medicine. Dr. Tetrault is a physician providing primary care and buprenorphine/naloxone treatment at the Central Medical Unit of the APT Foundation, a multi-specialty addiction treatment facility, and is an attending physician at Yale New Haven Hospital (YNHH). She is the...
Associate Professor of Medicine (AIDS)
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; Global Health; Infectious Disease Medicine
Dr. Villanueva is Director of the HIV/AIDS Program and Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine. She obtained her undergraduate degree at Harvard University and MD at Washington University. She completed Internal Medicine Residency training at Duke University and subspecialty fellowship training in Infectious Diseases at Yale.
After fellowship, she left academia to work at Waterbury Hospital, a community hospital, where she was Chief of Infectious Diseases. During...
Clinician in Medicine (Infectious Diseases)
Assistant Clinical Professor
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; Clinical Laboratory Techniques; Communicable Diseases; Hematology; HIV; Men's Health; Travel Medicine
My mission is to be able to serve the most diverse population possible. My passion is with HIV care and I have been involved with patients throughout my entire medical career. My goal is to find solutions to help control and possible eradicate HIV from the community.
Assistant Professor of Medicine (AIDS)
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; AIDS-Related Opportunistic Infections; Community Health Workers; Community-Based Participatory Research; Global Health; HIV Infections; Primary Prevention; Tuberculosis