Aaron Shelub MD | About
Offering expertise in infectious disease care and internal medicine, Aaron Shelub, MD, oversees a private practice in the San Fernando Valley area of Southern California. The recipient of a medical degree from the Sackler Faculty of Medicine at Tel Aviv University in Israel, Dr. Shelub maintains an accomplished history in infection control and travel medicine, and he shares his background with health care professionals worldwide.
Upon receiving his medical degree, Aaron Shelub, MD, moved to Southern California and performed a three-year residency in internal medicine at St. Mary Medical Center in Long Beach and Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance. During his post-graduate training, he was named a Solomon Scholar for his clinical research into the resistance mechanisms of the bacterial species staphylococcus aureus. Prior to founding his practice in 2008, Dr. Shelub completed an Infectious Disease Fellowship program through the University of California, Los Angeles, and he received recognition as an Infectious Diseases Society of America Poster Presenter.
Currently a Diplomate with the American Board of Internal Medicine in the subspecialties of internal medicine and infectious diseases, Aaron Shelub, MD, balances his responsibilities to his practice with professional development and other engagements. Until 2010, he served as an AIDS Healthcare Foundation Infectious Disease Physician, and he contributed to groundbreaking research into coccidioidal meningitis at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center. Presently, Aaron Shelub, MD, participates in the infection control committees of Valley Presbyterian Hospital, Providence Tarzana Medical Center, and Sherman Oaks Hospital, as well as the Antimicrobial Stewardship Committee at Tarzana Medical Center. In addition, Dr. Shelub benefits from continuing medical education through the Infectious Diseases Society of America, the HIV Medical Association, the American College of Physicians, and the California Medical Association.