Linda  J Salinas

Contact Information:
Linda J Salinas


Salinas, Linda (HSC)

Department of:

College Of Medicine/Medicine - Infectious Disease -Associate Professor of Medicine

Center of:


University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center   Fellowship   2000
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center   Residency   1998
American University of the Caribbean   Doctor of Medicine   1995
Santa Barbara City College   A.D.N.   1982
University of Santa Clara   B.S.   1976

Professional Interest/Expertise/Specializations:
Dr. Linda J. Salinas serves as the Medical Education Director for the Texas/Oklahoma AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC). Dr. Salinas received her Doctor of Medicine degree in 1995 from the American University of the Caribbean after which she completed her Internal Medicine residency and Infectious Diseases training at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. She joined the Infectious Diseases Section in 2000 as an Assistant Professor and was promoted to Associate Professor of Medicine. She was the recipient of the William W. Rucks Award for excellence in Medicine and the Chief Residents Award in 1998 as well as the Humanism in Medicine granted by the University of Oklahoma, College of Medicine in 2002. Dr. Salinas¿ clinical interests include caring for those living with HIV/AIDS and tick-borne illnesses.


Research Projects:

Selected Publications:

Tickborne Infections
2010    Salinas L, Greenfield R, Little S, Voskuhl G
Am J Med Sci
Mycobacterium bovis infection of an axillary-femoral bypass graft after intravesical bacille Calmette-Guérin immunotherapy for bladder cancer.
2009    Shakir F, Dang V, Bronze MS, Liu C, Machado L
Am J Med Sci
. Estimation of the prevalence of AIDS, opportunistic infections, and standard of care among patients with HIV/AIDS receiving care along the U.S.-Mexico border through the Special Projects of National Significance: a cross-sectional study.
2008    Carabin H, Keesee MS, Machado LJ, Brittingham T, Williams L, Sonleitner NK, Anderson KG, Cajina A, Foster MW.
AIDS Patient Care STDS
Aztreonam treatment of Pasteurella multocida cellulitis and bacteremia. 37(3):392-394.
2003    Winner JS, Gentry CA, Machado LJ, Cornea P
Ann Pharmacother
The potential role of viral pathogens as agents of bioterrorism.
2003    Bronze MS, Voskuhl GW, Machado LJ, Greenfield RA
J Okla State Med Assoc
Infections with Ehrlichia chaffeensis and Ehrlichia ewingii in persons coinfected with human immunodeficiency virus.
2001    Paddock CD, Folk SM, Shore GM, Machado LJ, Huycke MM, Slater LN
Clin Infect Dis
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