Infectious Diseases Fellowship
The University of Maryland Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program is designed to train fellows to be leaders in the treatment and research of infectious diseases.
Between our core and elective rotations, our faculty members' breadth of the experience in the field, and access to state-of-the-art facilities, we offer one of the most comprehensive infectious diseases fellowships in the country.
Learn more about the program in a letter from the program director.
To set up a visiting rotation with the UMMC Infectious Diseases Program, email David Riedel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Infectious Diseases Fellowship Applicants
- Learn about the history of the University of Maryland's infectious disease program
- Read about the different training and course curriculum you can expect during your fellowship
- Meet members of the Infectious Diseases fellowship program's leadership
- See who is currently enrolled in UMMC's infectious diseases fellowship
- Apply for UMMC's infectious diseases fellowship today
- Living in Baltimore provides lots of opportunities for fun outside of work
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The University of Maryland Medical System, Medical Center, and School of Medicine are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. This commitment is reflected in our students, residents, fellows, faculty, and staff, all of whom represent a wide range of racial, ethnic, religious, socioeconomic, and geographic backgrounds. The University is an anchor institution for West Baltimore, and as such is committed to working with and representing the local community. Our Fellowship Program is committed to providing a community and space where fellows feel valued for who they are and the ways that their voice, unique perspectives, and individual experiences contribute to the strength of the hospital and the mission of caring for patients. We aim to recruit and support trainees with diverse backgrounds and experiences.