Doctor of Medicine
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Ingrid Lundgren, MD, MPH specializes in diagnosing and treating children with serious, unusual, or prolonged infection or unexplained fever. She has special interests in infections affecting immunocompromised children, including bone marrow and organ transplant recipients; infections acquired from animals and insects; tropical infections; travel-related infections; international adoption screening; pediatric HIV/AIDS; and viral hepatitis, including hepatitis C. In addition, she has expertise in managing primary or genetically based immune deficiencies.
In addition to her medical education, Dr. Lundgren earned a master's degree in public health with an emphasis on global health from the University of Washington. She has been honored with the Resident Teaching Award from the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho. She is active in educating residents and medical students in Boise, and is an assistant clinical professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
Dr. Lundgren's research publications have included studies on malaria treatment, severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), pneumonia in developing countries, and disease outbreak investigations. She also serves as the medical consultant for the Idaho Newborn Screening Program for immunodeficiency.
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