Dr. Robert Klein is a dedicated and friendly infectious disease specialist caring for the New York, NY community. Dr. Klein received his bachelor’s degree from Columbia University. He attended Harvard University, where he earned his medical degree. He completed his residency at the Mount Sinai Hospital. He continued his training by completing two fellowships in infectious disease at Montefiore Medical Center and National Institutes of Health.
Dr. Klein is board certified in internal medicine and infectious disease. He is an active member of the American College of Physicians, Infectious Diseases Society of America, International AIDS Society, New York Academy of Medicine, and the Association of Physicians in AIDS Medicine.
During his consultations, Dr. Klein fully explains patients’ conditions and helps them choose an appropriate treatment plan. His approach to his patients is one of diligence, solutions, and relief.
Education & Training
Medical School - Harvard University
The Mount Sinai Hospital (Residency)
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Montefiore Medical Center, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases
National Institutes of Health, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases
Columbia University (Bachelor’s)
The Mount Sinai Hospital (Internship)
American Board of Internal Medicine
Infectious Disease (Internal Medicine)
Awards and Publications
1998-2003 - Investigator, Staphylococcal colonization and diseases in drug users. National Institute on Drug Abuse. Grant #R01 DA009656
1998-2003 - Investigator, S. aureus pathogenesis in HIV infection and in drug use. National Institute on Drug Abuse. Grant #R01 DA011868
1999-2008 - Faculty, NIH Training Grant in HIV, AIDS, and Opportunistic Infections. National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases T32-AI-07501
1999-2005 - Principal Investigator, Natural history of HCV infection in drug users. National Institute on Drug Abuse #R01 DA013248
2002-2007 - Principal Investigator, Atherosclerosis, bone loss, drug use, & HIV in older men . National Institute on Drug Abuse #R01 DA014998.