Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program Faculty

Randy Odero, MD
Program Director

Dr Randy Odero has always been drawn to the field of Infectious Diseases. After completing his medical training at the University of Nairobi, he moved to Detroit, Michigan and completed internal medicine residency training. He later relocated to Memphis and completed his Infectious Diseases training at the University of Tennessee.

Dr Odero then moved to Phoenix, where he is actively serving his community as a practicing Infectious Diseases physician in multiple facilities. Within Abrazo, he has been involved in several leadership committees. He is currently based out of the Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital, where he has achieved recognition as subspecialty teacher of the year by the Internal Medicine residents. Dr Odero remains committed to leading the Abrazo Infectious Diseases Fellowship training program and training fellows to become excellent Infectious Diseases physicians.

In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, reading, learning new languages, hiking and traveling.

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Georgiana Georgescu, MD
Associate Program Director

Dr Georgescu found her passion when she chose the field of medicine. As a medical school graduate, she did not yet know that Infectious Diseases would be her calling. Not until, as an Internal Medicine resident, she picked up a few elective rotations in Infectious Diseases at the University of Maryland Medical Center and Mayo Clinic. There she discovered the logic of Infectious Diseases and was sold to the fascinating world of little bugs and big infections.

Dr Georgescu graduated Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest, Romania. She completed her Internal Medicine Residency Program at Harbor Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland and moved to Houston, Texas to pursue an Infectious Diseases Fellowship at University of Texas - MD Anderson. Afterwards, she spent an additional year of training in HIV at University of Texas, Houston.

Dr Georgescu moved to Phoenix in 2013 and has been practicing Infectious Diseases as part of the Abrazo family since then. She has participated in the Internal Medicine Residency teaching program since its inception, and is very excited to be part of the Abrazo Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program. Through her experience, knowledge and passion, she is dedicated to helping the training physicians achieve their dream of becoming experts in the field of Infectious Diseases.

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Angeline Iñiguez
Fellowship Coordinator

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Madhu Murthy, MD
Adjunct Faculty

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