Dr. Kevin Sellery Gregg charted his path in medicine at Case Western Reserve University's esteemed School of Medicine, receiving his medical doctorate in 2004. With a clear focus and dedication, he pursued further training in Internal Medicine during his residency at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, completed in 2007.
Dr. Gregg's commitment to the field of Infectious Diseases led him to a fellowship in the same specialty at the University of Chicago, which he finished in 2011. His research, particularly in immune function following transplantation, underscores his specialized role in a niche but critically important area of medicine. Today, as a Clinical Professor, Dr. Gregg's dual roles in teaching and practicing medicine allow him to shape the future of healthcare while directly impacting patient care in transplant infectious diseases.
He works in the infectious diseases department.
Dr. Kevin works at - A. Alfred Taubman Health Care Center.
Dr. Kevin specializes in diseases and treatments such as transplant infectious diseases, internal diseases, and immune functions after transplantation.