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The Palm Beach Infectious Disease Institute
Welcomes Dr. John G. Bartlett



The Palm Beach Infectious Disease Institute Welcomes Dr. John G. Bartlett, Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at The Johns Hopkins University


Chairwoman Elizabeth Neuhoff, Dr. John G. Bartlett,

Chairwoman Elizabeth Neuhoff, Dr. John G. Bartlett,
 Dr Istvan Krisko.
Photo by: Gizella Ambrus/GizellaStudios


Palm Beach – January 13, 2011
–Ralph and Calla Guild graciously hosted the second annual Palm Beach Infectious Disease Institute science and research dinner at their Palm Beach home on January 13th. Dr. John G. Bartlett, world-renown leader in the field of infectious disease, was guest of honor.  Dr. Bartlett spoke on the history of AIDS from its earliest diagnosis and the tragedies suffered by patients inflicted with this disease, through the current days and the miraculous standard of treatment now available to prolong and save lives.

Dr. Istvan Krisko M.D. Ph.D., founder and president of the institute and Chairwoman Elizabeth Neuhoff, provided an overview of PBIDI’s current research studies and upcoming educational programs.   Among the guests were the institute’s board of directors, Mrs. Carlota Busch Webster, Dr. John Whelton, Mr. Russell Greene, Mrs. Marigil (Gil) Walsh, and Ms. Julie Warren Criser.  Other guests included Dr. Gordon Dickinson and Dr. Lisa Plano, research scientist from the University Of Miami Miller School Of Medicine, and Ms. Mary Lampe, who recently joined the Palm Beach Infectious Disease Institute as Executive Director. 
Mr. Roger Neuhoff and Admiral Phillip A. Whitacre, additional members of the board of directors, were unable to attend.

John G. Bartlett, MD, is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. He served as Chief of the Infectious Diseases Division at Johns Hopkins for 26 years before stepping down in June of 2006.  Dr. Bartlett is a past President of the Infectious Disease Society of America and has also served on editorial boards for 19 medical journals.  
He has authored over 500 articles and reviews in peer-reviewed journals, 280 book chapters, and 67 editions of 18 books.

The Palm Beach Infectious Disease Institute (PBIDI) was founded in 2001 by Dr. Istvan Krisko M.D. Ph.D. to further serve the needs of Palm Beach County and Southern Florida.  The mission of PBIDI is to engage in clinical research and education in order to impact the treatment and prevention of infectious diseases.  A primary focus for PBIDI is research on MRSA and the causes and ramifications of this wide spread antibiotic resistant staph infection.

The Palm Beach Infectious Disease Institute is located at 1515 North Flagler Drive, Suite 800, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401 and can be reached at 561.655.1395.  For further information or to donate, please visit


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