Dr. Laraine Lynn Washer’s educational and professional journey is rooted deeply in the fields of Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine. Her foundational training began with an MD from the University of Michigan Medical School, setting the stage for her future achievements. Post-graduation, she immersed herself in an intensive residency program at the University of Michigan Health System, where she focused on Internal Medicine, completing this phase in the year 2000.
Evolving her expertise, Dr. Washer pursued and completed a fellowship in Infectious Disease at the same institution in 2006. Renowned for her expertise in antimicrobial stewardship, she has become a pivotal figure in this specialized area of practice. Her research and work in infection control have not only contributed to the field but also to shaping the framework within which healthcare systems operate to manage and prevent infections. Dr. Washer’s contributions as a Clinical Professor reflect a blend of practical experience and scholarly insight, making her a respected figure among peers and students alike.
She works in the infectious diseases department.
Dr. Laraine works at - A. Alfred Taubman Health Care Center.
Dr. Laraine specializes in diseases and treatments such as antimicrobial stewardship and antimicrobial stewardship, infection control.