Daniel Escobar, MD, MS

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address513 Parnassus Avenue, MSB, #419
San Francisco CA 94143
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    The Johns Hopkins UniversityBA2008Biology & Romance Languages
    The Johns Hopkins UniversityMS2009Cell & Molecular Biology
    Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University MD2014
    University of Maryland Medical CenterResidency2017Internal Medicine
    University of Maryland Medical CenterChief Residency2018Internal Medicine
    Hospital of the University of PennsylvaniaFellowship2021Infectious Diseases

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    Dr. Daniel Jose Escobar is an infectious disease specialist who cares for patients with a broad range of complex bacterial, fungal and viral infections, including those involving bones, joints, surgical implants and surgical complications. With a focus on developing strategies to improve patient care, he has a special interest in lowering the numbers of infections acquired in hospitals through epidemiology (which includes evaluating infection rates and preventive measures) and antibiotic stewardship (controlling antibiotic resistance by assessing and enhancing appropriate use of these medications).

    Escobar's research focuses on identifying the reasons that some patients get infections during hospitalization and implementing measures that would prevent such infections. He also studies drivers of antibiotic overuse, with the aim of reducing the development of antibiotic-resistant organisms.

    Escobar earned his medical degree at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. He completed a residency in internal medicine at the University of Maryland Medical Center and a fellowship in infectious diseases at the University of Pennsylvania Health System.

    Escobar speaks Spanish and identifies as Latinx.

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    1. Infectious Diseases Consultation Associated With Reduced Mortality in Gram-Negative Bacteremia. Clin Infect Dis. 2023 11 11; 77(9):1234-1237. Shulder S, Tamma PD, Fiawoo S, Dzintars K, Escobar D, Livorsi DJ, Malani AN, Palacio D, Spivak ES, Zimmerman M, Bork JT. PMID: 37402637.
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    2. Severe recurrence of reactive infectious mucocutaneous eruption with extensive ocular involvement in an adult due to SARS-CoV-2. JAAD Case Rep. 2023 Jun; 36:1-3. Wu D, Lee EY, Lifton J, Zullo SW, Seiger K, Nadadur R, Fox LP, Escobar DJ, Dobry AS, Yung M, Kangelaris KN, Arakaki RY. PMID: 36819988; PMCID: PMC9931421.
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    3. Secondary Cases of Delta Variant Coronavirus Disease 2019 Among Vaccinated Healthcare Workers With Breakthrough Infections is Rare. Clin Infect Dis. 2022 Aug 24; 75(1):e895-e897. Waldman SE, Buehring T, Escobar DJ, Gohil SK, Gonzales R, Huang SS, Olenslager K, Prabaker KK, Sandoval T, Yim J, Yokoe DS, Cohen SH. PMID: 34694358; PMCID: PMC8574310.
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    4. Community-Acquired Candida Glabrata Empyema: An Atypical Diagnosis Not to Miss. Contagion,. 2022; 7:2. Sara Rendell, PHD, Daniel Escobar, MD, Naasha Talati, MD, Randi Silibovsky, MD. View Publication.
    5. Mitigation of a Coronavirus Disease 2019 Outbreak in a Nursing Home Through Serial Testing of Residents and Staff. Clin Infect Dis. 2021 05 04; 72(9):e394-e396. Escobar DJ, Lanzi M, Saberi P, Love R, Linkin DR, Kelly JJ, Jhala D, Amorosa V, Hofmann M, Doyon JB. PMID: 32687198; PMCID: PMC7454414.
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    6. Healthcare-associated infections: where we came from and where we are headed. BMJ Qual Saf. 2021 06; 30(6):440-443. Escobar D, Pegues D. PMID: 33419785.
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    7. How Nurses Can Educate the "Thoughtless Person Playing with Penicillin". Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2020 11; 46(11):605-607. Escobar DJ, Pegues DA. PMID: 33067136.
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    8. Frequent contamination of nursing scrubs is associated with specific care activities. Am J Infect Control. 2018 05; 46(5):503-506. Thom KA, Escobar D, Boutin MA, Zhan M, Harris AD, Johnson JK. PMID: 29336847.
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