Dr. Mangia is the Chief of Infectious Disease at Hudson Regional Hospital. He graduated from the University of Genova in 1982 and specializes in infectious disease medicine and internal medicine. He has been practicing for 30 years.
UMDNJ, New Jersey Medical School University Hospital & V.A. Medical Center - Fellowship
June, 1985 - July, 1986
Fellowship Training Infectious Diseases
New York Methodist Hospital - Internship
July, 1983 - June, 1988
University of Genova, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery - Medical Education
June, 1976 - December, 1982
New York University - Pre-Professional Education
New York, NY
September, 1972 - December, 1976
Diplomate American Board of Internal Medicine, September 1987
HIV-II Associated AIDS in the U.S.. The first case.
Archives Int Med
Other contributors include Kloser P, Leonard J.
Clindamycin for colonization and infection by methicillin- resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
Other contributors include Smith SM, Eng RHK.
Meningitis following bacteremia streptococcus sanguis.
New York State Journal of Medicine
Other contributors include Eng RHK, Smith SM.
Diagnosis of Mycobacterium bacteremia in patients with AIDS by Direct Examination of Blood Films.
J. Clin. Micro.
Other contributors include Eng RHK, Bishburg E., Smith SM
AIDS due to HIV-2 Infection
Other contributors include Weiss Sh, Lombardo J, Michaels J.