Division of Infectious Diseases
Emory University's Division of Infectious Diseases, (ID) within the Emory University Department of Medicine, led by Monica M. Farley, MD has garnered numerous accomplishments around the world. There are currently 61 faculty members, many of whom are known for their leading advances in clinical infectious diseases and HIV care, as well as research pathogenesis, virology and immunology, epidemiology, diagnostics, and vaccine development.
The Emory University Division of Infectious Diseases subspecialty training program has graduated more than 125 physicians and, over the last decade, 83% of the fellows completing the Emory infectious diseases fellowship training program have pursued careers in academic medicine or public health. More than 40% of these trainees have been women, and 14% are members of an underrepresented minority group.
Infectious Diseases in the News
Department of Medicine celebrates faculty promotions and clinical distinctions
Emory’s Internal Medicine Residency Program receives “StARR Award” to increase number of physician scientists engaged in infectious diseases, microbiology, and immunology research
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