Dr. Hoover’s research interests include the epidemiology, clinical manifestations, host factors, and therapies of infectious disease. She is a practicing clinician at Sanford Health and medical director for infection control for the Sanford Sioux Falls Region. Her research interests include viral infections, valley fever (coccidioidomycosis), and the use of data in healthcare to improve care of patients with infections.
Academic Affiliations and Training
MD, University of Colorado (1998)
PhD, University of Colorado (1996)
Residency in Internal Medicine, University Hospitals of Cleveland (1998-2001)
Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health (2001-2003)
Academic and Professional Affiliations:
Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, SSOM
Medical director for non-oncology clinical research, Sanford Research
Coccidioidomycosis in selected immunosuppressed hosts. Blair JE, Ampel NM, Hoover SE. Medical mycology. 2019; 57(Supplement_1):S56-S63. PubMed [journal] PMID: 29669037.
The Impact of Molecular Testing for Pathogens of Community-Acquired Pneumonia on Antibiotic Utilization. Rezkalla J, Hoover SE, Hsu J, Lamfers R. South Dakota medicine: the journal of the South Dakota State Medical Association. 2019; 72(2):63-66. PubMed [journal] PMID: 30855733.