Infectious Diseases Fellowships

Key Points:

  • Our ID Fellowship Training Program was established in 1974.
  • More than 90 fellows have completed their training since that time.
  • Approximately 40% of graduates have pursued academic careers whereas 60% have entered clinical practice. 
  • Over the past 6 years (2010-2015), 19 fellows have completed their training, 18 of the fellows have taken the ID Certification Examination, and 18 (100%) passed. 
  • 3 new positions are available each year via the Match with an average of 50-60 applicants being considered for those positions.
  • For fellows completing the core 2 year clinical fellowship, 52 weeks will be spent in the clinical rotations and 52 weeks will be devoted to elective experiences and scholarly activities. 
  • Fellows are required to participate in a research project (clinical or basic) during their training.
  • Opportunities exist for fellows to spend additional years in funded research projects or to obtain a Masters degree in Clinical and Population Translational Science. 
  • A one year Critical Care Fellowship is available on a competitive basis for fellows who envision a future career devoted to the practice of ID in the Intensive Care Unit environment. 





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