Gayle P. Balba, MD
Gayle Balba

Gayle P. Balba, MD

Associate Professor, Fellowship Program Director

Medical Degree: Georgetown University, 1998
Internship & Residency: Georgetown University, 1999
Fellowship: Georgetown University, 2003

Dr. Gayle Balba is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Georgetown University School of Medicine and is the Director of the Infectious Diseases Fellowship training program. She was the Associate Program Director in 2008 before becoming the Program Director in 2012.

Her academic interests include graduate medical education and education scholarship. Her research interests are in hepatitis C and HIV. She directs the hepatitis clinic to teach infectious diseases fellows how to provide state of the art clinical care in hepatitis B and C. Her clinical interests are primarily in HCV and HIV and she maintains an active HIV continuity clinic, directs the hepatitis clinic, and attends on the inpatient services for both general ID and the transplant and immunocompromised service. She also teaches in the fellows outpatient continuity clinic and precepts fellows in the outpatient infectious diseases service.