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Bruno P. Granwehr, M.D., M.S.

Present Title & Affiliation

Primary Appointment

Director of Academic Training Programs, Department of Infectious Diseases, Infection Control and Employee Health, Division of Internal Medicine, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX

Education & Training

Degree-Granting Education

2005 The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, MS, Clinical Investigation
1999 University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, Iowa City, IA, MD, Medicine
1994 University of Iowa College of Liberal Arts, Iowa City, IA, BS, Honors, Microbiology

Postgraduate Training

6/2002-6/2005 Clinical Fellowship, Infectious Diseases (Internal Medicine), The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
6/1999-6/2002 Clinical Residency, Internal Medicine, University of Rochester-Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY

Board Certifications

4/2013 American Board of Internal Medicine, Diplomat in Internal Medicine
10/2005 American Board of Internal Medicine, Diplomat in Infectious Diseases

Experience/Service

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor, Department of Infectious Diseases, Infection Control and Employee Health, Division of Internal Medicine, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, 7/2007-8/2013

Institutional Committee Activities

Member, HIN1 Influenza Task Force, 8/2009-present
Member, Clinical Research Committee 3, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, 9/2008-9/2010
Member, Infection Control Committee, UT MD Anderson, 9/2007-present

Selected Publications

Peer-Reviewed Original Research Articles

1. Cairo J, Hachem R, Rangaraj G, Granwehr B, Raad I. Predictors of catheter-related gram-negative bacilli bacteraemia among cancer patients. Clin Microbiol Infect 17(11):1711-16, 2011. PMID: 21595787.
2. Al Wohoush I, Cairo J, Rangaraj G, Granwehr B, Hachem R, Raad I. Comparing quantitative culture of a blood sample obtained through the catheter with differential time to positivity in establishing a diagnosis of catheter-related bloodstream infection. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 31(10):1089-91, 10/2010. PMID: 20807036.
3. Rangaraj G, Granwehr BP, Jiang Y, Hachem R, Raad I. Perils of quinolone exposure in cancer patients: breakthrough bacteremia with multidrug-resistant organisms. Cancer 116(4):967-73, 2/15/2010. PMID: 20052728.

Invited Articles

1. Granwehr B. ACP Journal Club. A 15-microg dose of unadjuvanted influenza A (H1N1) 2009 vaccine was immunogenic in healthy adults within 21 days. Ann Intern Med 152(2):JC1-9, JC1-8, 1/19/2010. PMID: 20083824.
2. Granwehr B. ACP Journal Club. One or two 7.5-microg doses of MF59-adjuvanted influenza A (H1N1) 2009 vaccine was immunogenic in adults within 21 days. Ann Intern Med 152(2):JC1-8, JC1-9, 1/19/2010. PMID: 20083823.
3. Granwehr BP. ACP Journal Club. Quadrivalent HPV vaccine reduced risk for HPV infection and related disease in women 24 to 45 years of age. Ann Intern Med 151(8):JC4-12, 10/20/2009. PMID: 19841449.
4. Granwehr BP. Influenza immunisation during pregnancy reduced influenza in infants and respiratory illness in mothers. Evid Based Med 14(2):55, 4/2009. PMID: 19332611.
5. Granwehr BP. ACP Journal Club. Influenza immunization during pregnancy reduced influenza in infants and respiratory illness in mothers. Ann Intern Med 150(4):JC2-5, 2/17/2009. PMID: 19238603.
6. Granwehr B. Inactivated influenza vaccine prevented influenza in healthy adults. ACP J Club 146(3):60, May-Jun, 5/2007. PMID: 17474669.

Abstracts

1. Chemaly RF, Tarrand J, Adachi J, Nguyen K, Su J, Awosika-Olumo D, Short K, Pascoe N, Blossom D, Srinivasan A, Graviss L, Mulanovich V, Granwehr B, Rolston K, and Raad II. Investigation of an Outbreak of Serratia marcescens Bacteremia in Cancer Patients Leading to a National Recall of a Second Unsuspected Contaminated Source: Time for Antimicrobial Lock Therapy. Oral Presentation at The 48th Annual ICAAC/Infectious Diseases Society of America 46th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, October 25-28,, 2008.

Last updated: 1/7/2014