Dr. Salata is a distinguished infectious diseases expert on the global front. As the chairman for SKC’s Infectious Disease Clinical Advisory Board, Dr. Salata will chair a world-renowned team of clinical and research thought leaders that will provide medical guidance and insight into pathogen detection by the Company’s revolutionary NIB ACARB technology. The IDCAB’s input will help SKC prioritize its development efforts in pathogen detection and assure a rapid progression of the NIB ACARB microchip onto the commercial markets.
Dr. Salata is the Professor and Interim Chairman for the Department of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University as well as the Physician-in-Chief and Master Clinician in Infectious Diseases at University Hospitals Case Medical Center. Dr. Salata is a graduate of the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and furthered his medical education with an internal medicine residency at University Hospitals Case Medical Center. He then recived a Fellowship in the Divisions of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine at University Hospital of Virginia in Charlottesville. His medical interests include infectious diseases, HIV medicine, transplant infections, sepsis, travelers’ medicine, nosocomial infections, and orthopedic infections.
Dr. Salata plans to assemble a team of nine more members for this panel.