Minh-Vu H. Nguyen, MD, MSc

Minh-Vu H. Nguyen
Minh-Vu H. Nguyen, MD, is an infectious disease physician at National Jewish Health. Dr. Nguyen is in the Division of Mycobacterial and Respiratory Infections.
Division of Mycobacterial & Respiratory Infections
Department of Medicine
Research AreasResearch Areas

Special Interests

I am an Infectious Diseases physician with an interest in mycobacterial diseases. I am drawn to the challenge of diagnosing and caring for patients with infectious diseases, and tuberculosis (TB) and nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) disease are at the pinnacle of this challenge. 
More research is needed to improve diagnostics and therapeutics for TB and, especially, NTM disease given its comparatively limited treatment and evidence-based management options. Thus, I have found my next mission in this frontier: to improve our understanding of NTM and care of patients with NTM diseases through clinical and epidemiological research.


Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Bronx/NY), Medical Doctor degree and Masters in Clinical Research Methods
University of California, Davis Health (Sacramento/CA), Internal Medicine Residency
University of California, Davis Health (Sacramento/CA), Infectious Diseases Fellowship

Awards & Recognition

2020: Department of Internal Medicine Trainee Research Award, University of California, Davis Health

Board Certification

2019: Internal Medicine
2021: Infectious Diseases

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