Dr. Julie Mangino has been an academic Infectious Diseases physician in the College of Medicine at The Ohio State University since 1995 and rising in rank to full Professor in the clinical track in 2010. She served in the role as the Medical Director of Clinical Epidemiology, (i.e. hospital epidemiologist) guiding two associate medical directors, 10 infection preventionists, a data manager and administrator from 1998-2018. As a department, Epidemiology focused on prevention of health care associated infections (HAIs) and improved hand hygiene, staff influenza vaccination, (up to 95%) and supported Employee Health with any potential transmissible pathogens. Dr. Mangino was the leader for the entire OSUWMC for prevention of exposure to potential anthrax, smallpox, Legionella, NTMs, influenza and H1N1, MERS, Ebola, Zika virus, etc. She was also frequently consulted by the OSU Main Campus for advice on potential exposures in students and/or staff. Dr. Mangino has been a practicing Infectious Diseases clinician seeing patients, educating and mentoring students, residents and fellows and has been engaged in research for over 25 years, extending through her time as Emeritus Professor. She currently continues to see patients (25% position) and commit time to novel and innovative efforts for prevention of HAIs, including C. difficile, antimicrobial resistance, and antibiotic stewardship. She has coauthored publications on stewardship and infection prevention and continues doing such.
Professor Emeritus, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases
The Ohio State University
MD, SUNY Downstate, Brooklyn, NY
RD, Barnes Hospital School Dietetics, St. Louis, MO
BS, State University of New York (SUNY), Oneonta, NY