Nicole Klein, MD

PHYSICIAN

Dr. Klein is board certified in Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine. Her clinical interests focus on general infectious diseases and bone and joint infections. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Tufts University and her medical degree from Emory University. She completed her Internal Medicine residency and her Infectious Diseases Fellowship at the University of New Mexico. Dr. Klein subsequently held the position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of New Mexico and was the Director of Outpatient Antibiotic Therapy Clinic at the Veterans Administrative Hospital in Albuquerque until 2017. She then moved to Boise to join the Sawtooth Epidemiology and Infectious Disease practice. Dr. Klein sits on the Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection prevention committee at St. Luke’s hospital and enjoys providing educational lectures to the Family Medicine Residents of Idaho. In her free time, Dr. Klein enjoys spending time with her family and three dogs, hiking, trail running, Nordic skiing, and baking.

Dr. Klein’s publications include:

  • Hurwitz I, Fieck A, Read A, Hillesland H, Klein N, Kang A, Durvasula R. Paratransgenic Control of Vector Borne Diseases. Int J Biol Sci 2011; 7(9):1334-1344. Available from http://www.biolsci.org/v07p1334.htm
  • Ivy Hurwitz, Annabeth Fieck, Nicole Klein, Christo Jose, Angray Kang, and Ravi Durvasula, “A Paratransgenic Strategy for the Control of Chagas Disease,” Psyche, vol. 2012, Article ID 178930, 2012. doi:10.1155/2012/178930
  • Book chapter: Klein N.  Chagas Disease: Epidemiology and Evolving Strategies for Control.  Dynamic models of Infectious Diseases.  Volume 1:  Vector-Borne Diseases, Vadrevu Sree Hari Rao and Ravi Durvasula (Eds).  Springer Publishing Company, 2012. Print.
  • Klein N, Hurwitz I, Durvasula R.  Globalization of Chagas Disease:  A Growing Concern in Non-Endemic Countries. Epidemiology Research International, Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 126793.  http://www.hindawi.com/journals/eri/2012/136793/
  • Jose C, Klein N, Wyss S, Fieck A, Hurwitz I, Durvasula R.  Recombinant Arthrobacter beta-1,3-glucanse as a potential effecter molecule for paratransgenic control of Chagas disease.  Parasites and Vectors 2013, 6:65. URL: http://www.parasitesandvectors.com/content/6/1/65
  • Book Chapter: Hurwitz, Ivy; Klein, Nicole; Forshaw, Adam P; Durvasula, Ravi V.  Paratransgenic Control of Chagas Disease. Transgenic Insects: Techniques and Applications, CABI Biotechnology Series, Benedict, Mark Q (Ed).  December 2014.
  • Salas N, Klein N.  Mycobacterium goodii: An Emerging Nosocomial Pathogen. Case Report and Review of the Literature.  Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice, 2016;00- 00-00

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