Dr. Vatsala S. Sastry, MD
Infectious Disease Specialist | Infectious Disease15435 Cortez Blvd Brooksville FL, 34613
With over 20 years of experience in the field, Dr. Vatsala S. Sastry, MD, is a board-certified infectious disease specialist who sees patients in Florida. To begin her career, she earned her medical degree from Bagalore Medical College. From there, she completed her internship in Internal Medicine at Grant Hospital of Chicago followed by her residencies in Anesthesiology at F G McGaw Hospital in Illinois and her Infectious Disease residency at Hospital of Pennsylvania in Pennsylvania. In order to provide her patients with the best care, Dr. Sastry currently specializes in infectious diseases at Oak Hill Hospital in Brooksville, Florida. As an attribute to her success, Dr. Sastry received the Top Female Entrepreneur Award from US Commerce Tampa. Furthermore, she currently holds expertise in treating Lyme Disease and is board-certified in Infectious Disease by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
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Education and Training
Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute 1986
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Infectious Disease
Expert PublicationsData provided by the National Library of Medicine
- The influence of birth order, maternal age on sex ratio at birth in Greater Bombay.
- A bivariate distribution of open birth interval and open status of currently married women.
- A modified stochastic model for closed birth interval.
- On a method of estimating primary sterility from the data on first conceptive delays.
- Blue luminescence of Au nanoclusters embedded in silica matrix.
- Wang-Landau Monte Carlo simulation of isotropic-nematic transition in liquid crystals.
- Antibacterial nanosized silver substituted hydroxyapatite: synthesis and characterization.
- Nonlinear effect of GdnHCl on hydration dynamics of proteins: a 1H magnetic relaxation dispersion study.
- Splay bend elasticity of a bent-core nematic liquid crystal.
- Temperature- and electric-field-induced inverse Freedericksz transition in a nematogen with weak surface anchoring.
- Splay-bend elasticity of a nematic liquid crystal with T-shaped molecules.
- Double MITs and magnetoresistance: an intrinsic feature of Ru substituted La(0.67)Ca(0.33)MnO(3).
- Effect of electric field on the rheological and dielectric properties of a liquid crystal exhibiting nematic-to-smectic-A phase transition.
- Slow dynamics in a liquid crystal: 1H and 19F NMR relaxometry.
- Rheological properties of a reentrant nematic liquid crystal.
Experience & Accolades
- MemberRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point
- Member Seven Rivers Community Hospital
- Member Citrus Memorial Hospital
- M.S.R. Medical School ?? Bangalore University, Grant Hospital
- University of Pennsylvania
Professional Society Memberships
- Infectious Disease Society of America, American College of Physicians, American Association of Asian Physicians from South Asia, American Association of Physicians from India, Hernando Medical Society
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