Chief of Infectious Disease Associates
Dr. Elizabeth Asiago-Reddy is a Syracuse native. She completed her medical school at University of Rochester, residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Mount Sinai, and fellowship in Infectious Disease at Duke University. She then worked on HIV care and clinical trials research in East Africa before relocating back to Syracuse to join the Infectious Disease faculty at Upstate.
Currently, Dr. Asiago-Reddy is the medical director of Upstate Inclusive Health Services, which provides primary care to individuals in Central NY with HIV. She is also the medical director of the Onondaga County Sexually Transmitted Disease Center. Dr. Asiago-Reddy and her colleagues brought the first adult industry-sponsored HIV clinical trials to Upstate. She enjoys engaging in epidemiological research with an aim to optimize HIV care and prevention in our local community and abroad.