Joyce Sanchez, MD, FACP, joined the Medical College of Wisconsin as an Assistant Professor of Medicine in 2017 and is director of the Travel Health Clinic. She is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she stayed to complete her internal medicine residency. She received clinical training in infectious diseases at Stanford University and completed her fellowship at the University of Minnesota. She is board certified in Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine, and received her Certificate of Knowledge in Travel Medicine.
Dr. Sanchez began her career at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota in 2014. In 2015 she received the “Recognition for Excellence in Clinical Teaching” award by the Internal Medicine Residency Program. She has spoken at several national and international platforms, including the American College of Physicians, on infectious disease topics.
Dr. Sanchez’s interests include travel and tropical medicine, general infectious diseases, and medical education. As a product of a military upbringing, she is passionate about international travel. She enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.
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Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - Baltimore - MD - Doctor of Medicine - (2007)
University of Minnesota - Minneapolis - Fellowship in Infectious Diseases and International Medicine - (2011-2013)
Stanford University Medical Center - CA - Fellowship in Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine - (2010-2011)
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - Baltimore - MD - Residency in Internal Medicine - (2007-2010)
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