St. Luke’s Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Harmony Tyner Honored with Duluth News Tribune’s 20 Under 40 Award
St. Luke’s is pleased to announce that St. Luke’s Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Harmony Tyner has been recognized as a Duluth News Tribune annual 20 Under 40 honoree.
Every year the Duluth News Tribune recognizes the top 20 people under 40 years old who are making a positive impact in their community. This year Dr. Tyner has been recognized for all that she is doing in the community.
As an Infectious Disease Specialist at St. Luke’s Dr. Tyner treats people with viruses like COVID-19 and HIV, and for things like bacterial and parasitic infections. This year, with the pandemic Dr. Tyner is leading St. Luke’s participation in a groundbreaking, national study on COVID-19. She is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and only five other healthcare organizations nationwide to answer crucial questions like how many people can have the infection with or without symptoms, and how many times people can get COVID-19.
Outside of work, Dr. Tyner has also dedicated herself to helping those in need. She works to help the homeless and unstably housed through her work with the Bob Tavani Medical Respite House. Her work there allows her to be involved with her church, CHUM, Loaves and Fishes, and health care and homelessness.
For a complete list of honorees visit: www.duluthnewstribune.com/community/people/6672799-Meet-this-years-20-Under-40-winners.