The Infectious Diseases Division of the Department of Internal Medicine engages in a broad range of patient care, research, and educational activities. The division is comprised of 14 full-time faculty and has numerous close associations with other clinical and basic science departments. Patient care and consultation is available both for hospitalized and ambulatory patients in all areas of infectious disease. Specialized services and expertise are offered areas such as HIV, solid organ transplant, oncology, orthopedic infections, and travel medicine. The division takes its role in education seriously and is actively engaged in the training of healthcare workers and scientists including fellows, residents, medical students, basic science investigators, and trainees of many other types. Research programs in the division are diverse and range from clinical to basic pathogenesis. Affiliations with Pathology, Microbiology, and other basic science departments provide opportunities for research collaboration.
In addition to the General Infectious Diseases service, we offer a number of specialized programs.