The faculty of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Indiana University School of Medicine is committed to superb clinical care, education and research in infectious diseases. We strive to achieve these goals by capitalizing on our strengths to ensure meaningful progress in each discipline. Our basic and clinical research endeavors promote the acquisition of knowledge concerning infectious diseases and lead to innovative strategies to combat pathogens. We utilize our research achievements to improve both patient care and medical education.
The Indiana University Infectious Diseases fellowship is a multi-campus, subspecialty training program in clinical infectious disease and related clinical and basic science research.
There are excellent research opportunities available through the program faculty, including an NIH-funded T32 Training Grant. Applicants must have a M.D. or Ph.D. degree. A third fellowship year can be arranged by outstanding trainees interested in pursuing additional research experience.
The division of Infectious Diseases consists of over 18 full- and part-time faculty and numerous other close associations with other clinical and research departments. Members of the Infectious Diseases division have special interest in:
- Bacterial Pathogenesis
- Clinical Trials of Vaccines and Antibacterial, Antiviral, Antifungal and Antiretroviral agents
- Complications of HIV and its Treatments
- Fungal Infections
- HIV/AIDS treatment
- HIV/AIDS in Resource Poor Settings (Kenya)
- Hepatitis C
- Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Virology
- Infections in Transplant Recipients
- Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology
- MRSA and other Drug Resistant Pathogens
- Nosocomial Infections
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases (Chancroid, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Herpes, HPV, Syphilis)
- Travel Medicine
- Vector-borne illnesses
Our research programs are primarily supported by NIH, CDC, and numerous research foundation awards, as well as grants from the pharmaceutical industry.
Arthur White Fellowship Gift Fund
Income from these gifts will be used to support Infectious Disease Fellows in the 3rd or 4th year of fellowship and to help them prepare for a career in academic medicine as a laboratory or clinical investigator through the IU School of Medicine.