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Alwyn Rapose
Alwyn Rapose Alwyn Rapose
Department of Medicine
University of Massachusetts

Dr. Alwyn Rapose now enjoys practicing medicine in Massachusetts. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester and liked the experience so much that he stayed on board for another year as Chief Resident. He then completed his Infectious Disease fellowship at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas.
Dr. Rapose felt that Fallon Clinic was a good fit and a great place to start his career as an Infectious Disease specialist. “I had worked with Fallon Clinic physicians when I was a resident. That is the reason I came back to this area – I knew I would be working with people that I really respect and could learn from,” he explains.
Dr. Rapose originally studied engineering in college, but began to feel strongly that becoming a doctor is what he was destined for. “God wanted me to become a doctor. I think He put that desire in my heart, and then helped me to make that choice. It’s been a great experience.”
Infectious Disease is a specialty that Dr. Rapose is familiar with, it’s the closest field to what he had been trained for in India. “Infectious Disease is a subspecialty of medicine, but you feel like an internist at the same time. In this field you have to think like a specialist and an internist. You have to be a good, allaround physician. That’s why I enjoy it so much.”
Dr. Rapose tries to reassure his patients and give them faith that they will recover. He believes that it’s important to treat not only peoples’ illnesses, but their mental and spiritual health as well. “I am willing to share my Raposeal experiences if it helps people achieve a positive attitude. When they are suffering, I think a positive attitude helps them recover faster.”
One of the biggest challenges that Infectious Disease physicians face today are the “superbacteria” that are highly resistant to many of the medications available. “Fortunately, we are developing new antibiotics and new ways of treating these patients. These organisms are difficult to treat, but we are taking up the challenge and beating them.”
In his spare time, Dr. Rapose loves to get out and meet people and spend time with family and friends. He also plays the guitar and is part of his church’s music choir. Dr. Rapose enjoys traveling and has visited many places during his time in the United States, including Puerto Rico, Texas and California.

Research Interest

HIV infection, as well as severe pneumonia cases and meningitis. He often deals with illnesses related to extended hospital stays, organ transplants or infections following surgery.


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Look Out for Changing Recommendations Regarding the Tetanus, Diphtheria and Acellular Pertussis (Tdap) and the Yellow Fever (YF) Vaccines: A Call from Increased Tdap Vaccination and Suggestion for Decreased YF Vaccination
Alwyn Rapose
Editorial: J Vaccines Vaccin 2013, 4: e122
doi: 10.4172/2157-7560.1000e122
Travel to Tropical Countries: A Review of Travel-Related Infectious Diseases
Alwyn Rapose
Review Article: Trop Med Surg
doi: 10.4172/2329-9088.1000128
Yaws and Pinta - The Pain is Gone but the Memories Remain
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Case Report: J Anc Dis Prev Rem 2013,1: 102
doi: 10.4172/2329-8731.1000102
Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases: Need for Improving Uptake of Existing Vaccines
Alwyn Rapose
Editorial: J Vaccines Vaccin 2012, 3: e111
doi: 10.4172/2157-7560.1000e111
Development of Antimicrobial Antibodies: A Novel Line of Attack in the Battle Against Infection
Alwyn Rapose
Editorial: J Vaccines Vaccin 2012
doi: 10.4172/2157-7560.1000e103
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