Year Three Training Opportunities
Infectious Diseases Transplant fellowship
A one-year advanced fellowship offered to a fellow who has successfully completed a two-year Clinical Infectious Diseases Fellowship. It is designed to train the fellow in caring for patients with infections who have undergone either a stem cell transplant or a solid organ transplant. The fellow rotates both at Henry Ford Hospital and Karmanos Cancer Institute. There are five dedicated Transplant ID faculty: Drs. R. del Busto, G. Alangaden, M. Ramesh, and O. Abreu Lanfranco of Henry Ford and Drs. P.H. Chandrasekar and S. Revankar of Karmanos/Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State University.
Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology fellowship
A one-year advanced fellowship that will provide a highly structured course in Infection Prevention and Hospital Epidemiology. The fellowship is designed to give infectious diseases fellows advanced training in infection prevention and hospital epidemiology including quality improvement and antimicrobial stewardship. Upon successful completion of the fellowship, the fellow will have advanced knowledge of the principles of epidemiology, disease prevention and control, healthcare epidemiology, and emergency preparedness. This program is directed by Dr. Katherine Reyes.
Combined Infectious Disease- Critical Care Fellowship
An additional year of training with integrated Critical Care. As a tertiary and quaternary care hospital, Henry Ford Hospital has one of the largest Intensive Care Units in the country, providing a wide range of patients and diverse pathology. The goal of the fellowship is to provide trainees with an environment to acquire the skills, knowledge, clinical knowledge and attitudes to practice Infectious disease/critical care in either a community or an academic setting. This Program is directed by Dr. Geneva Tatem, as the Program Director in Critical Care Medicine. At the end of the fellowship, trainees are eligible for dual certification in Infectious Disease and Critical Care.