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Emily Landon, MD is Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Chicago in the sections of Infectious Diseases & Global Health and Assistant Director of the MacLean Center for Medical Ethics. She is the Hospital Epidemiologist and serves as the medical director for the Infection Control Program. After medical school at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, she completed her medical residency, chief residency, and fellowship in infectious diseases at the University of Chicago Medical Center. She also completed her fellowship in Clinical Medical Ethics at the MacLean Center. Dr. Landon leads the infection control program at the University of Chicago and is the medical director for their Ebola Treatment Center. Her research is focused on healthcare provider behavior, specifically behavioral modification for reducing the risk of healthcare-associated infection. Additionally, Dr. Landon is interested in the ethics of quality improvement research and the application of public health ethics to infection prevention in hospitals.