Dr. Alice Sato is an accomplished physician who specializes in Pediatrics and Infectious Disease. She has won several grants for her research, including studies in T cell biology and HIV. She has also presented lectures on emerging pediatric infectious diseases, global infection prevention and vaccine programs, and antimicrobial stewardship and she has published in several peer-reviewed journals.
Dr. Sato graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and also earned a doctorate in Immunology from that university. She worked for many years as a Pediatric Hospitalist and has broad experience with general pediatric patients prior to sub-specialization. During her Fellowship in Pediatric Infectious Disease at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital at Case Western Reserve University, she won a Resident Appreciation Award in recognition of her education and support of resident teaching conferences.
She has worked as an assistant professor of Pediatric Infectious Disease at Albany Medical College in upstate New York, and in Pediatric Infectious Disease in Boise, Idaho. She has broad national and international experience, including time spent on the Navajo Reservation as a pediatrician. She earned her undergraduate degree at The Johns Hopkins University with Phi Beta Kappa honors.
Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time with her children exploring national parks, creating art projects, and reading.
Dr. Sato is committed to a collaborative model of health and healthcare including patients’ families and primary care providers, as well as other specialists as appropriate. Her extensive research background helps her include the latest research findings and clinical recommendations into the care of her patients.