Dr. Madeo completed her Ph.D in Biomedical Engineering at the City College of NY. Research included Molecular modeling and Protein Biophysics to gain insights into how small molecules bind and to larger proteins. My published research has shed light on these basic concepts, which are important for understanding how antibiotics work in the human body work and how microbes cause disease. Completed Medical School at Touro University in Vallejo CA. Internal Medicine Residency was completed at Nassau University in New York and Infectious Disease Fellowship in Rochester University NY. Interests included Antimicrobial Stewardship in an effort to control antimicrobial resistant pathogens and preserve the resource of antibiotics. I was active in implementing Stewardship Principles and identifying barriers to Stewardship in the Hospital setting.
For the past 4 years I have been an Infectious Disease Attending at Magnolia Regional Hospital in Corinth MS. I was instrumental in launching the first Antimicrobial Stewardship Program of this hospital. Working at the head of a Multidisciplinary team we developed methods to calculate and track our usage data, provide feedback to Providers and identify barriers in our small community. I am also on faculty to train medical students, Internal Medicine and Pharmacy residents. Serve as a consultant and Educator for Infection Control and Pharmacy for the Hospital.