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There are three Fellowship programs in the Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases:

  1. Infectious Diseases (ID) Fellowship Program: A two to four year training experienced intended for those interested in an academic career. MD fellows are invited to apply.

  2. Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Program: A two to three year training experience intended to provide the highest quality clinical and research training in order to equip fellows with the skills they will need for a career in academia or in private practice.

  3. Global and Rural Health Fellowship Program: a two year program based in clinical and research training in global health, clinical training with Native populations in Alaska and South Dakota, education, mentorship, and teaching opportunities.

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ID Research Opportunities

Research training is offered in nine areas of special emphasis

  1. Pathogenesis of Viral Diseases
  2. Infectious Disease Immunology
  3. Pathogenesis of Bacterial, Fungal, and Parasitic Diseases
  4. Sexually Transmitted Diseases ...

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ERAS Information

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The Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases uses ERAS, a service of the Association of American Medical Colleges, to receive all fellowship applications. This service transmits applications and supporting documentation from applicants and their Designated Dean's Office to fellowship program directors. See the links below for more information on ERAS.

ERAS for Applicants Home Page
myERAS User Guide