Program Overview - Infectious Diseases Fellowship
The University of Maryland is the oldest public medical school in the United States (and the 5th oldest medical school overall).
It was the first medical school to build its own hospital with the primary intent of clinical instruction.
The study and treatment of infectious diseases has been at the core of the University of Maryland School of Medicine since it even existed as a specialty.
Now, we have an internationally-recognized program known for training future ID physicians.
- View a timeline for infectious diseases at the University of Maryland
- See answers to frequently asked questions about the University of Maryland's infectious diseases fellowship
- Read a welcome letter from the Infectious Diseases Fellowship's Program Director
- Read the Infectious Diseases Division Chief's welcome letter
- Living in Baltimore provides lots of opportunities for fun outside of work.
To set up a visiting rotation with the UMMC Infectious Diseases Program, email Tara Winterling.
Wellness and Professional Development in Fellowship Training
The University of Maryland Infectious Disease Fellowship Program promotes wellness in fellowship training. We are committed as a fellowship to ensure fellows have a balance between training and their personal life.
Our extensive wellness focus includes two events per year. We have had a yoga class, a kickball game, and game night at one of our local Taverns. These events provide a wonderful way to bond with fellowship classmates.
Additionally the House Staff Association organizes four events throughout the year. The highlight event of the year is the annual Valentine's Day Ball at the B&O Museum.
Chief Fellow Leadership and Teaching skills
Chief Fellow is a senior-level fellow chosen by the Program Leadership and colleagues based on their superior organizational skills and leadership potential. The Chief Fellow is an honorary position and includes several administrative duties related to the training program that are in addition to usual responsibilities. These include:
- Acting as a liaison between the fellows and Program leadership
- Attending quarterly GME Chief resident/fellow workshops
- Assisting with scheduling
- Collecting and filing presentations for future viewing