Dr. Garland is the Medical Director of the Infectious Diseases and Immunology Center. He oversees the outpatient services of the Infectious Diseases Division, including the federally-funded funded Ryan White HIV care program which cares for over 1,800 people living with HIV; the outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy (OPAT) program; the travel medicine clinic; and the outpatient general infectious diseases consultation service. Across all clinics, the Division sees over 20,000 patient visits per year. Dr. Garland had clinical expertise in HIV care, general infectious diseases, travel medicine, and care of immigrant populations. He co-chairs the state-wide 90-90-90 collaborative for improving HIV outcomes in Rhode Island, and is a member of the American Academy of HIV Medicine’s New England Steering Committee. As an educator, Dr. Garland serves as a preceptor for fellow’s clinic and is the course director for clinical rotations in the Internal Medicine residency program and for Brown medical students at the Immunology Center. He also directs a clinical course for medical students at a local community health center, Clinica Esperanza. Dr. Garland received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Harvard University and completed residency and fellowship training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He was on faculty at the University of Pennsylvania from 2011 through 2015, and joined the faculty at Brown in 2015.