Claudia T Martorell MD, MPH, FACP
Dr. Claudia Martorell is a Board Certified Infectious Disease Physician and Clinical Investigator/Researcher. She presently serves as the Director and Principal Investigator of The Research Institute in Springfield MA, where quickly became Nationally recognized for her leadership role in HIV and HCV research and clinical treatment in Minority Populations, her compassionate medical care, and for her long-standing commitment to serving the underserved in the medical and public health field. She has published articles on HIV, HCV and Health Care Disparities in major journals. She is also a National trainer on HIV and Hepatitis C for physicians and other Health Care Professionals.
Dr. Claudia Martorell did her medical training at The University of Puerto Rico, School of Medicine; finished her Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease Fellowship at Baystate Medical Center, Western Campus of Tufts University; has a Masters of Public Health with a Concentration in Health Care Management from Harvard University School of Public Health; she also did a Fellowship in Health Policy and Minority Health Policy from Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Martorell has been the recipient of multiple awards including the 2007 Severo Ochoa Award for outstanding contribution to eradicating HIV/AIDS in the minority community, and the recipient of the 2004 American Medical Association Foundation Excellence in Medicine Award