The Duke Division of Infectious Diseases is committed to training the next generation of infectious disease specialists about how to treat and to conduct rigorous research into infectious diseases as they affect the global community.
Students, residents, and fellows gain valuable clinical experience treating a variety of the infectious disease cases presented at Duke, and they have extensive opportunity to treat patients with HIV and AIDS who seek care at the Duke AIDS Research and Treatment (DART) Center.
Clinical and basic science research in infectious disease is a major focus of the division's training program. Residents and fellows have the opportunity to conduct basic and clinical research with some of the leading infectious disease investigators in the world. They also have the opportunity to travel abroad and conduct research and treat patients suffering from infectious diseases not present and active in the U.S.
Residency Program: Residents in our division have the opportunitiy to treat patients with a variety of infectious diseases and conduct research devoted to preventing the spread of infectious diseases.
Fellowship Program: The focus of the Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program is develop basic and clinical researchers who actively pursue the eradication of infectious diseases.