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Dr. David Arnold Relman M.D., Infectious Disease Specialist

Dr. David Arnold Relman M.D.

Infectious Disease Specialist | Infectious Disease

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3801 Miranda Ave 154t Palo Alto CA, 94304
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Dr. David Relman is an infectious disease specialist practicing in Palo Alto, CA. Dr. Relman specializes in infections that are difficult to diagnose or unresponsive to treatments, such as HIV or airborne infections from a foreign country. Infectious disease specialists usually work with conditions that are not treatable by a primary physician but it is important to keep contact with the primary physician in order to receive information about the patients history and for deciding which diagnostic tests are appropriate.

Education and Training

Harvard Med Sch, Boston Ma 1982

Harvard Medical School 1981

Board Certification

Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Infectious Disease

Provider Details

MaleEnglish

Residency

  • Mass Gen Hosp, Internal Medicine  

Publications

  • Cell host & microbesal Microenvironments and Interspecific Interactions Influence sal Microbiota Complexity and S2013
  • JOURL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGYIdentification of Lactobacillus strains with probiotic features from the bottlenose dolphin2013
  • JAMA-JOURL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATIONMetagenomics, Infectious Disease Diagnostics2013
  • SCIENCEType I Interferon Suppresses Type II Interferon-Triggered Human Anti-Mycobacterial Responses2013
  • HASTINGS CENTER REPORTThe Increasingly Compelling Moral Responsibilities of Life Scientists2013
  • SCIENCEUndernutrition-Looking Within for Answers2013
  • PLOS ONEDistinct Distal Gut Microbiome Diversity and Composition2013
  • mBioMicrobiome Assembly across Multiple Body Sites in Low-Birthweight Infants.2013
  • GENOME RESEARCHTime series community genomics alysis reveals rapid shifts in bacterial species, strains2013
  • TURE BIOTECHNOLOGYRestoration of the gut microbial habitat as a disease therapy2013
  • PLOS NEGLECTED TROPICAL DISEASESTemporal Dymics of the Transcriptiol Response to Dengue Virus Infection in Nicaraguan Children2012
  • ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGYComparisons of clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats2012
  • NUTRITION REVIEWSThe human microbiome: ecosystem resilience and health2012
  • CELLGut Immune Maturation Depends on Colonization with a Host-Specific Microbiota2012
  • TUREMICROBIOLOGY Learning about who we are2012
  • SCIENCEThe Application of Ecological Theory Toward an Understanding of the Human Microbiome2012
  • SCIENCE TRANSLATIOL MEDICINEMicrobiota-Targeted Therapies: An Ecological Perspective2012
  • GENOME RESEARCHSingle-cell sequencing provides clues about the host interactions of segmented filamentous bacteria2012
  • JOURL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASESCreating a Mammalian-Transmissible A2012
  • SCIENCEPresumed Guilt in the Anthrax Case Response2012
  • ISME JOURLEvidence of a robust resident bacteriophage population revealed through alysis of the human2012
  • SciencePublic health and biosecurity. Adaptations of avian flu virus are a cause for concern.2012
  • turePolicy: Adaptations of avian flu virus are a cause for concern.2012
  • SCIENCEAmerican Anthrax Fear, Crime, and the Investigation of the tion's Deadliest Bioterror Attack2012
  • Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. Pacific Symposium on BiocomputingComparisons of distance methods for combining covariates and abundances in microbiome studies.2012
  • PLOS ONEModulation of the Host Interferon Response2011
  • JOURL OF BACTERIOLOGYTranscriptiol Profiling of the Iron Starvation Response2011
  • NEW ENGLAND JOURL OF MEDICINEMicrobial Genomics and Infectious Diseases2011
  • CRITICAL CARE MEDICINEMyocardial depressant effects of interleukin 6 in meningococcal sepsis are regulated by p38 mitogen2011
  • TURE BIOTECHNOLOGYMinimum information about a marker gene sequence (MIMARKS)2011
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIOL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMMetagenomic detection of phage-encoded platelet-binding factors in the human oral cavity2011
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIOL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMIncomplete recovery2011
  • CIRCULATION-CARDIOVASCULAR GENETICSTransforming Growth Factor-beta Sigling Pathway in Patients With Kawasaki Disease2011
  • Circulation. Cardiovascular geneticsTransforming growth factor-beta sigling pathway in patients with Kawasaki disease.2011
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIOL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMStrain-resolved community genomic alysis of gut microbial colonization in a premature infant2011
  • PLOS ONEStunned Silence: Gene Expression Programs in Human Cells Infected with Monkeypox or Vaccinia Virus2011
  • GENOME RESEARCHAlysis of streptococcal CRISPRs from human saliva reveals substantial sequence diversity within2011
  • BIOINFORMATICSSmashCell: a software framework for the alysis of single-cell amplified genome sequences2010
  • JOURL OF PERITAL MEDICINEMicrobial invasion of the amniotic cavity in preeclampsia as assessed by cultivation2010
  • JOURL OF PERITAL MEDICINEMicrobial invasion of the amniotic cavity in pregncies with small-for-gestatiol-age fetuses2010
  • ISME JOURLBacterial diversity in the oral cavity of 10 healthy individuals2010
  • ScienceGenetic technologies. Synthetic life, ethics, tiol security, and public discourse.2010
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF REPRODUCTIVE IMMUNOLOGYPreterm premature rupture of the membranes: current approaches to evaluation and magement2010
  • TURE IMMUNOLOGYThe biological century: coming to terms with risk in the life sciences2010
  • PLOS ONEDissecting Interferon-Induced Transcriptiol Programs in Human Peripheral Blood Cells2010
  • ture reviews. MicrobiologyMicrobial threat lists: obstacles in the quest for biosecurity?2010
  • TURE2020 visions2010
  • Digiulio, D., Romero, R., Kusanovic, J. P., Gomez, R., Kim, C. J., SeoA molecular investigation of the microbial diversity2009
  • JOURL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASESGene Transcript Abundance Profiles Distinguish Kawasaki Disease from Adenovirus Infection2009
  • CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASESMajority Rules? Tallying the Microbial Census in an Abscess by Means of Molecular Methods2009
  • MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGYtural-host animal models indicate functiol interchangeability between the filamentous2009
  • GENOME BIOLOGYCross-talk in the gut2009
  • Popper, S. J., Gordon, A., Liu, M., Vargas, M. J., Perry, C., BalmasedCHARACTERIZATION OF THE GENE EXPRESSION PROGRAMS ASSOCIATED WITH DISEASE SEVERITY IN ACUTE2008
  • PLOS ONEModulation of the NF-kappa B Pathway by Bordetella pertussis Filamentous Hemagglutinin2008
  • PLOS BIOLOGYThe Pervasive Effects of an Antibiotic on the Human Gut Microbiota2008
  • PLOS GENETICSExploring Microbial Diversity and Taxonomy Using SSU rR Hypervariable Tag Sequencing2008
  • TURE REVIEWS MICROBIOLOGY'Til death do us part': coming to terms with symbiotic relationships - Foreword2008
  • PLOS ONEMicrobial Prevalence, Diversity and Abundance in Amniotic Fluid During Preterm Labor2008
  • PLOS ONEComparative Alysis of Viral Gene Expression Programs during Poxvirus Infection2008
  • JOURL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASESLearning to appreciate our differences2008
  • TURE REVIEWS MICROBIOLOGYMicrobiology in the post-genomic era2008
  • APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGYLinking microbial phylogeny to metabolic activity at the single2008
  • INFECTION AND IMMUNITYHost transmission of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium is controlled by virulence factors2008
  • TRENDS IN BIOTECHNOLOGYBuilding a better virus trap2007
  • TUREAn ecological and evolutiory perspective on human-microbe mutualism and disease2007
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIOL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMDissecting biological dark matter with single-cell genetic alysis of rare2007
  • PLOS BIOLOGYDevelopment of the human infant intestil microbiota2007
  • BMC GENOMICSPhase variation and microevolution at homopolymeric tracts in Bordetella pertussis2007
  • JOURL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASESPatterns of host genome2007
  • CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASESThe role of microbes in Crohn's disease2007
  • GENOME BIOLOGYThe temporal program of peripheral blood gene expression2007
  • ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGYThe importance of individuals and scale: moving towards single cell microbiology2007
  • GENOME BIOLOGYGene-expression patterns reveal underlying biological processes in Kawasaki disease2007
  • Abramson, T., Relman, D., Kedem, H.Differential NF-kappaB responses induced by Bordetella pertussis Filamentous-Hemagglutinin2007
  • PLOS BIOLOGYHow bacterial communities expand functiol repertoires2006
  • JOURL OF BACTERIOLOGYCharacterization of a highly conserved island2006
  • Popper, S., Simmons, C. P., Dolecek, C., Chau, T. N., Griffiths, M., DGene expression programs in adults with acute dengue infections2006
  • INFECTION AND IMMUNITYGrowth phase- and nutrient limitation2006
  • BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTSA brave new world in the life sciences2006
  • TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTIONAssembly of the human intestil microbiota2006
  • SCIENCEMetagenomic alysis of the human distal gut microbiome2006
  • CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGYEarly days: genomics and human responses to infection2006
  • JOURL OF BACTERIOLOGYSignificant gene order2006
  • SCIENCEIn search of biosecurity2006
  • JOURL OF BACTERIOLOGYSpecies- and strain-specific control of a complex, flexible regulon by Bordetella BvgAS2006
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIOL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMMolecular alysis of the bacterial microbiota in the human stomach2006
  • NEW ENGLAND JOURL OF MEDICINEBioterrorism - Preparing to fight the next war2006
  • NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCHRapid quantitative profiling of complex microbial populations2006
  • GENOME BIOLOGYGenomic features of Bordetella parapertussis clades with distinct host species specificity2006
  • PLOS PATHOGENSBordetella pertussis, the causative agent of whooping cough2005
  • SCIENCETiming in collection of stool samples - Response2005
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONAcquired predisposition to mycobacterial disease due to autoantibodies to IFN-gamma2005
  • SCIENCEDiversity of the human intestil microbial flora2005
  • JOURL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASESGenomewide alysis of the host response to malaria in Kenyan children2005
  • JOURL OF IMMUNOLOGYVCAM-1 expression on CD8(+) cells correlates with enhanced anti-HIV suppressing activity2005
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIOL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMExploring the potential of variola virus infection of cynomolgus macaques2004
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIOL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMThe host response to smallpox2004
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIOL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMMethanogenic Archaea and human periodontal disease2004
  • JOURL OF BACTERIOLOGYBordetella species are distinguished by patterns of substantial gene loss and host adaptation2004
  • INFECTION AND IMMUNITYBordetella pertussis infection of primary human monocytes alters HLA-DR expression2004
  • LANCETRole of interleukin 6 in myocardial dysfunction of meningococcal septic shock2004
  • SCIENCEPublic health - Understanding threats to scientific openness2003
  • NEW ENGLAND JOURL OF MEDICINEShedding light on microbial detection2003
  • APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGYSingle-cell enumeration of an uncultivated TM7 subgroup in the human subgingival crevice2003
  • JOURL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASESCultivation of Tropheryma whipplei from cerebrospil fluid2003
  • JOURL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASESLethal invasive cestodiasis in immunosuppressed patients2003
  • NEW ENGLAND JOURL OF MEDICINESmallpox vaccition - Reply2003
  • SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGYAlysis of conserved non-rR genes of Tropheryma whipplei2003
  • APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGYPrevalence of bacteria of division TM7 in human subgingival plaque2003
  • Mayrd, J., Relman, D., Iverson, B., Merkel, T., Georgiou, G.Engineered antibodies to treat whooping cough.2003
  • LANCETSequencing and alysis of the genome of the Whipple's disease bacterium Tropheryma whipplei2003
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIOL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMIndividuality and variation in gene expression patterns in human blood2003
  • Pathan, N., Hemingway, C., Levin, M., Whitney, A., Popper, S., Relman,The complexity of the inflammatory response to meningococcal sepsis revealed by gene expression2003
  • INFECTION AND IMMUNITYArchaea and their potential role in human disease2003
  • NEW ENGLAND JOURL OF MEDICINEProgression of the lesion at the site of inoculation after smallpox vaccition2003
  • New England jourl of medicineImages in clinical medicine2003
  • Proc tl Acad Sci (USA)Individuality and variation in gene expression patterns in human blood.2003
  • CELLULAR MICROBIOLOGYRole of phosphatidylinositol 3-kise in the binding of Bordetella pertussis to human monocytes2002
  • JOURL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASESNew technologies, human-microbe interactions, and the search for previously unrecognized pathogens2002
  • ASTROBIOLOGYMolecular identification of cyanobacteria2002
  • JOURL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONGenome-wide responses of a pathogenic bacterium to its host2002
  • AMERICAN JOURL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENEMining the tural world for new pathogens2002
  • EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASESSmallpox research activities: US Interagency collaboration, 20012002
  • SCIENCEGenomics and microbiology - Microbial forensics - Cross-examining pathogens2002
  • INTERTIOL JOURL FOR PARASITOLOGYSequence variability in the first interl transcribed spacer region within2002
  • Genco, C., Kine, D. F., Ozinsky, A., Offenbacher, S., Relman, D.The periodontal-systemic connection2002
  • ARCHIVES OF INTERL MEDICINEIdentification of Cardiobacterium hominis by broad2002
  • CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASESHuman herpesvirus 8 and sarcoidosis2002
  • TURE GENETICSThe human body as microbial observatory2002
  • EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASESBroad-range bacterial detection and the alysis of unexplained death and critical illness2002
  • EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASESSurveillance for unexplained deaths and critical illnesses due to possibly infectious causes2002
  • Stereotyped and specific gene expression programs in human inte0

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