The Division of Infectious Diseases faculty at IU School of Medicine have an active research portfolio supported by NIH, CDC, various foundations and industry. It includes basic science research in bacterial pathogenesis, HPV, malaria, HIV and toxoplasmosis. Faculty investigators in this division also conduct clinical prevention and treatment trials in HIV, HPV and a variety of sexually transmitted infections (STIs); diagnostic trials for STIs; epidemiologic studies of STIs, HIV, HPV and malaria; and implementation science research in HIV.
Infectious Disease Research
Infectious Diseases Clinical Research Program
This team leads clinical trials to improve the health and well-being of Indiana adults and adolescents with a variety of infections.Learn More
Infectious Diseases Core Services Lab
This laboratory provides research support services for multiple investigators as well as clinical diagnostic services for multiple health care facilities studying sexually transmitted pathogens.Learn More
Global Health Research
Faculty investigators in the Department of Medicine’s Division of Infectious Diseases conduct critical global health research focused on improving population health, especially in resource-limited communities throughout the world. Explore IU School of Medicine’s Global Health education and research programs.