Ingrid Camelo

Associate Professor

Ingrid Camelo

Associate Professor

Academic Appointment(s)

Medical College of Georgia
Department of Pediatrics: Infectious Diseases


Born in Bogota DC, Colombia in South America. Pediatrics residency initially at LSU, transferred after hurricane Katrina, graduated as a pediatrician from UVM. Pediatric Infectious Diseases fellowship completed at Boston University.

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  • MPH, Public Health, Other University of Vermont & StateA, 2018

  • MD, Medicine Military University Nueva Gran, 1999


  • PHY GA Professional Licensing BRD, 2021

Courses Taught Most Recent Academic Year

  • RPED 5002

    Pediatrics General

Teaching Interests

Pediatric Infectious Diseases in general with an emphasis in tropical medicine, antibiotic stewardship, TB, Chagas disease, point of care ultrasound to diagnose pneumonia in limited-resource settings.


Selected Recent Publications

  • Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in an Adult with COVID-19 - A trial of Anakinra, 2021
    Journal Article, Public or Trade Journal

Research Interests

- POCUS in limited-resource settings.
- Using POCUS to diagnose Acute chest syndrome vs PNA in SCD.
- Antibiotic Stewardship in Pediatrics
- TB
- COVID 19 in pediatrics and MIS-C related diagnosis with emphasis on health disparities and progression to Macrophage activation Syndrome (MAS)
- Congenital and noncongenital Chagas disease in pediatrics with an emphasis in pediatric immunocompromised hosts
- RSV and ultrasound diagnosis to avoid radiation with CXR in pediatrics