In the community, Dr. Chatani is a leader having been a recent past president of the board of directors of the Alliance for GLBTQ youth as well as the co-chair of the health and wellness committee of the Helping Our Miami Youth (HOMY) project. From working to prevent transmissible diseases to establishing safe and stable housing, his vision has always been to direct evidence based care to our most vulnerable youth. Dr. Chatani serves as the principle investigator on grant sponsored research at the Miami Transplant Institute. He is a published researcher focused on viral and bacterial infections that occur in Pediatric Solid Organ Transplantation. He conducts regular rounds for Antibiotic Stewardship Program of Holtz Children’s Hospital along with Pediatric Infectious Disease Clinical Pharmacy. From this leadership role he works to improve the utilization of antibiotics throughout the outpatient and inpatient setting for Pediatrics. He leads a multidisciplinary team to address advocacy efforts at all levels, the individual patient, the hospital system, the community at large, and even to county wide policy. In his clinics he provides care for any and all pediatric infectious diseases with some clinics focused on infectious diseases affecting recipients of transplanted solid organs.