Tania Bubb

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Tania Bubb, PhD, RN, CIC, FAPIC
Director, Infection Control
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
New York, New York

Dr. Bubb is currently the director of infection control at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.  Most recently she also served as Director for Infection Prevention and Control at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.  Dr. Bubb has been an infection preventionist (IP) for more than 10 years at major academic medical centers of varying inpatient and outpatient specialties, providing her with the skills, critical thinking and leadership abilities necessary to perform optimally within the field of infection prevention and control, as well as promote and maintain patient safety initiatives.

Dr. Bubb has served on the board of directors of her local APIC chapter as the membership chair as well as having chaired APIC’s Professional Development Committee.  She serves on the editorial review board of the American Journal of Infection Control and is a member of APIC’s editorial panel. Dr. Bubb has spoken and presented at local chapter and national APIC events as well as other local and regional conferences. She has authored publications related to the field of infection prevention and control.

Dr. Bubb received her Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in nursing from City University New York Herbert H. Lehman College. She was awarded her Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Nursing from New York University.  Dr. Bubb is certified in infection prevention and control (CIC) and has earned the Fellow of APIC designation.