University of Nebraska Medical Center

Infectious Diseases Fellowship

Learn More about the Fellowship Program

Reasons to consider a Fellowship in Pediatric Infectious Diseases with the University of Nebraska Medical Center:

  • Nationally recognized ID faculty who are approachable, engaged in fellow education and have diverse interests in infectious diseases
  • Robust and broad inpatient ID consultation experience caring for patients at tertiary referral centers
    • Extensive experience in diagnosing and managing a wide variety of infections in critically ill patients, surgical patients, trauma patients, and immunocompromised patients including solid organ and bone marrow transplant recipients
  • Multidisciplinary family-centered HIV ambulatory clinic experience
  • Pediatric TB clinic experience
  • Extensive Global Health opportunities
  • Biopreparedness training opportunities through UNMC's involvement with the National Ebola Training and Education Center (NETEC) in partnership with Emory and Bellevue Hospital in NY. www.netec.org
  • Mentored research with 23 months of dedicated research time of fellow's interest
    • Child Health Research Institute(CHRI) an innovative partnership between UNMC and Children's Nebraska launched to change - and save- young lives
    • Funding mechanisms available for CHRI grants if desired
  • For Internal Medicine-Pediatric trainees, the option for a 4-year combined Adult & Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship with past, including Dr. Green Hines, and current fellows
  • Monthly All Fellows Academy 
  • Affordable cost of living with fellow salary in top 25% nationally

Contact Information

Fellowship Program Director
Andrea D. Green Hines, MD

Fellowship Coordinator
Laura Holmberg
Phone: 531-256-0208

Mailing Addresses
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics Infectious Diseases
982162 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-2162