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Megan Reller

Medical Instructor, Infectious Diseases and Global Health
178 Hanes House, Box 102359, Durham, NC 27710
(919) 684-6996
Megan Reller

Summary

Megan Reller is a medical instructor in infectious diseases and global health at Duke University. She earned her MD at McGill University in Montréal, Québec, a diploma in tropical medicine and hygiene at the University of London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine in London, an MPH at Harvard University and PhD in clinical investigation at Johns Hopkins University. She completed her medical residency in internal medicine and pediatrics at the University of Rochester. She completed multiple clinical and research fellowships at Emory University, Harvard Medical School and Johns Hopkins University and Hospital.

Prior to coming to Duke University in 2016, Dr. Reller was an assistant professor in pathology, medicine and international health at Johns Hopkins University. Her current projects include research on severe viral lower respiratory tract infections, rickettsial infections and dengue infection diagnosis.

Recent Publications

Reller, ME. (2017, June 21). Salmonella Species. In Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Diseases (pp. 837-842).
Bodinayake, CK, Tillekeratne, LG, Nagahawatte, A, Devasiri, V, Kodikara Arachichi, W, Strouse, JJ, Sessions, OM, Kurukulasooriya, R, Uehara, A, Howe, S, Ong, XM, Tan, S, Chow, A, Tummalapalli, P, De Silva, AD, Østbye, T, Woods, CW, Gubler, DJ, & Reller, ME. (2016, October 6). Emergence of Epidemic Dengue-1 Virus in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka. Plos Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 (10), e0004995-null.

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