Christine F Stavropoulos

Christine F Stavropoulos, MD

  • SENIOR FACULTY | Medicine, Infectious Diseases


Infectious Disease

Dr. Christine Stavropoulos has over 20 years experience (in private practice and teaching at a University affiliated hospital) in all aspects of Infectious Diseases including surgical, medical, HIV, Lyme, MRSA and other conditions.

Christine F. Stavropoulos, M.D. is a board certified Infectious Diseases specialist servingpatients throughout New York City.  She has been in practice for over twenty years.  Dr. Stavropoulos earned her medical degree from the Medical College of Pennsylvania.  After completing her medicine residency at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York, Dr. Stavropoulos went on to complete a fellowship in Infectious Disease at Mount Sinai – St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center in 1990. 

Since that time, she has served two consecutive ten year terms, as a member of the Quality Assurance Committee as well as the Credentials Committee at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center. 

Dr. Stavropoulos is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine and has taught residents from both Columbia University and Mt. Sinai Medical Centers.  She has lectured and published articles throughout her career and profiled on TV and radio.

Her areas of particular interest include Lyme disease, HIV, MRSA, cardiac, surgical, and prosthetic device infections. .  She is a member of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, Infectious Diseases Society of New York and is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.


Infectious Disease