Dr. Teena Chopra, WSU infectious diseases expert on the importance of public health policies
WSU infectious diseases expert Dr. Teena Chopra shares with host Darrell Dawsey her thoughts on the nation’s progress in battling COVID-19, the urgent need to be ready for the next outbreak, and how her upbringing in India helped ready her for a medical career in Detroit.
An infectious disease specialist, Dr. Teena Chopra is a professor of internal medicine, infectious diseases, for the Wayne State University School of Medicine, as well as the corporate medical director of infection prevention and hospital epidemiology at the Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Chopra also serves on the Wayne State University Campus Restart Committee, assisting with university preparations and responses related to COVID-19. She has offered her expertise on the virus and infectious disease precautions in a number of local and national media outlets, and has been published in numerous medical journals.