Dr. de St. Maurice is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Infectious Diseases and leads the Pediatric Infection Control and is the Co-Chief Infection Prevention Officer for UCLA Health. She obtained her medical degree at the University of Rochester and completed her Pediatrics residency at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. After residency, Dr. de St. Maurice went to Vanderbilt University where she completed a pediatric infectious disease fellowship and earned a Masters in Public Health. After fellowship, she joined the Epidemic Intelligence Service at the CDC where she studied the epidemiology of viral hemorrhagic fevers. Her research and clinical interests are focused on mitigating the spread and severity of infectious diseases through vaccines and infection control practices. She has studied the impact of pneumococcal vaccine on invasive pneumococcal disease rates, risk factors for hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, epidemiology of Rift Valley fever disease, and sequelae of Ebola disease in survivors.
Medical Board Certifications
- Top Doctors, Los Angeles Magazine, 2021
- Kathryn M. Edwards Fellow, Vanderbilt University, 2013
- Robert Haggerty Award in Pediatrics, University of Rochester School of Medicine, 2008
- Gold Humanism in Medicine Society, University of Rochester School of Medicine, 2008