Laura Sauvé

Dr. Laura Sauve

Dr. Laura Sauvé MD MPH DTM&H is a pediatric infectious diseases specialist and a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at UBC / BC Children’s Hospital. She has provided care to HIV infected children and youth and perinatally HIV exposed infants at Oak Tree Clinic since 2012, and has done consulting pediatric infectious diseases since 2006. Dr Sauvé’s primary research interests include pediatric HIV and the health of HIV exposed but uninfected infants, as well as public health surveillance, especially with respect to vaccinology and pediatric HIV. She is the co-principal investigator of the Canadian Perinatal HIV Surveillance Program.

Dr. Sauvé is on the Canadian Pediatric Society’s Immunization and Infectious Diseases Committee. She is a clinician educator with a focus on global child health and is the education lead for the Center for International Child Health, and is the former program director of the UBC Pediatrics residency program.

For an up-to-date list of publications by Dr. Sauvé, please see BCCHR.


Affiliation

University: University of British Columbia
Faculty: Medicine
Department: Pediatrics
Position: Pediatric Infectious Diseases Specialist / Clinical Assistant Professor