Research in Infectious Disease and Hospital Epidemiology

The research interests of the ID Division and the faculty are broad and wide-ranging and affords the fellows a wide selection of research projects.

Research interests of the division

  • Clinical studies
  • Epidemiological research
  • Quality improvement and outcomes studies
  • Laboratory and basic sciences research

Specific areas of faculty research

  • Antimicrobial resistance (epidemiology, laboratory, treatment, control, outcomes)
  • Antimicrobial stewardship
  • Diagnostic assays (novel molecular assays for bacteria, fungus and virus detection)
  • Emerging infections (COVID-19, multidrug resistant pathogens)
  • Global Health
  • HIV infection (epidemiology, prevention, treatment, resistance, coinfections, opportunistic infections, outcomes)
  • Infection control and prevention
  • Infections in transplant recipients and immunecompromised patients
  • Laboratory and basic sciences research (bacterial, fungal and HIV drug resistance)
  • LGBT medicine
  • Medical education
  • Public Health
  • Quality improvement and patient safety and high value care
  • Specific pathogens (C. difficile, MDR-Gram negatives, MRSA, VRE, Candida, Aspergillus)

Resources for fellows

  • Extensive support and mentoring of fellows in research
  • Formal didactic curriculum on research throughout their fellowship
  • Wide variety of research interests among mentoring faculty
  • Numerous opportunities to be involved in every faculty research project
  • Full financial support to sponsor fellows' entire cost to attend ID week, as well as additional conferences to present their research
  • Availability of a dedicated ID laboratory and personnel

View a complete list of fellow publications 2019-2021

Information for Applicants
Interested in applying to one of our programs, call (800) 436-7936 .
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