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Director’s Statement

Wake Forest is a fantastic place to train in Infectious Diseases! We provide a rich and supportive educational environment and are dedicated to our fellows’ success. Some of my favorite features of the ID fellowship program include the diverse patient population, our section’s enthusiasm for fellowship education, the highly collegial atmosphere, and dedicated mentorship. Our fellows enjoy educating the top-notch internal medicine residents and medical students who are eager to learn and participate in patient care. Our graduates are highly skilled infectious disease clinicians who also possess the necessary skills and knowledge to be successful educators and clinical investigators. At Wake Forest, we have a strong tradition of training highly-qualified, successful ID physicians. I am delighted to continue the tradition by serving in the role of the ID Fellowship Program Director and I look forward to meeting you! 

Vera P. Luther, MD, FACP

Director, Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program

Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency

Wake Forest School of Medicine



 Pictured: Dr. Vera Luther (on right) with the Fellows, July 2015.


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