A combined Infectious Disease Fellowship is attractive because of the large area of overlap between adult and pediatric infectious diseases. Also, this dual training may be very well suited to taking care of the growing and aging child population with HIV.

Programs Offering Fellowship:
Baylor College of Medicine
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center /Boston Children’s Hospital
Brown University
Boston Medical Center
Emory University
Johns Hopkins
Louisiana State University
The Mount Sinai Hospital (New York, NY)
National Institutes of Health
Northwestern University
Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center (Medical College of Virginia)
Stony Brook University
SUNY Downstate (Brooklyn NY)
Tulane University (New Orleans)
University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)
University of Chicago
University of Minnesota
University of Nebraska Medical Center
University of Southern California/Los Angeles County Medical Center
University of Wisconsin at Madison

Additional Contacts:
Judith Campbell, MD – Baylor
Brian Chow, MD
Tommy Cross, MD
Natalie Dailey Garnes, MD – Baylor
Dena Daybell, MD
Mikhaela Dinkelmann Cielo, MD – USC/LAC
Tom Flynn, MD – Western Michigan University
Allison (George) Agwu, MD, ScM- Johns Hopkins
Andrea Green Hines, MD – University of Nebraska
Richard Martinello, MD – Yale
Kari Neeman, MD  – University of Nebraska
Jose Serpa-Alverez, MD – Boston Medical Center
Tanvi Sharma, MD, MPH – Boston Children’s Hospital
Margaret Silio, MD – Tulane
Maulin Soneji, MD – Loma Linda
Wendy Stead, MD – Beth Israel Deaconess
Dominick Tammaro, MD – Brown
Jill Weatherhead, MD – Baylor