Indiana University School of Medicine Infectious Diseases Fellowship is an ACGME-accredited two-year program designed to train outstanding infectious diseases clinicians. Our goal is to provide skills and knowledge to nurture lifelong learners and critical thinkers.
Fellows work with highly qualified faculty who foster their academic development at five different hospitals. In addition to the basic ACGME requirement of 12 months of clinical rotations, our program offers excellent opportunity to choose and focus on one of the various different infectious diseases tracks (Infection Prevention, Antimicrobial Stewardship, Medical Education, Global Health, etc.). This unique set up helps the fellows succeed in their chosen clinical infectious diseases career.
As the fellows’ clinical future is our focus, we provide schedule flexibility to accommodate individual needs. We have developed a customizable fellowship program, to provide building blocks for a successful infectious diseases career. We expect our trainees to be life-long learners, evidence-based teachers and compassionate patient-care givers.