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Dr. Cindy Sears is named 2021 Women of ID Honoree

April 13, 2021

Dr. Cindy Sears is named 2021 Women of ID Honoree

April 13, 2021
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The Infectious Diseases Society of America Foundation has recognized OPTIMISTICC Co-Investigator Dr. Cindy Sears, as a 2021 Women of ID honoree for her impactful career in infectious disease research, compassionate care, and mentoring the next generation of ID specialists. Visit this ISDA page to read more about Dr. Sears and her work.

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