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A fellowship in infectious diseases is a program designed to provide directed training to prepare participants for careers in independent research, academia, and/or other fields. The fellowships listed below include programs offered through academic medical centers and colleges of pharmacy.

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  • 28 Sep 2022 6:53 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Pediatric Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacy Fellowship

    Location: Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Hartford, Conn.

    Contact: Jennifer Girotto, PharmD, 


    This 24 month pediatric antimicrobial stewardship pharmacy fellowship at The University of Connecticut will provide experiences to train the fellow to be an effective pharmacy lead of a pediatric antimicrobial stewardship program or faculty member at a school of pharmacy.  The fellow will be highly involved in creation, design and analysis of antimicrobial stewardship related projects and clinical teaching.

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  • 08 Dec 2021 9:26 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency (PGY2)/Fellowship

    Location: The Brooklyn Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY

    Tel: 718-250-6680


    The Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency (PGY2)/Fellowship provides an environment of quality training in inpatient and outpatient infectious diseases pharmacotherapy, teaching, academia, and research. The first year of the program consists of an ASHP-accredited PGY2 ID residency followed by second year for the fellowship. The research during the fellowship year focuses on outcomes research and pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamics research.  Successful completion of the program prepares the individual to pursue career opportunities as a clinical specialist or faculty member at a college of pharmacy. 

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  • 03 Dec 2021 9:21 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    The Rhode Island Infectious Diseases (RIID) Research Program

    Location: Providence VA Medical Center, Providence, Rhode Island

    Contact:  Kerry LaPlante, Pharm.D., FCCP, FIDSA, FIDP
    PHP Department Chair and Professor of Pharmacy
    401.874.5560 –

    The Rhode Island Infectious Diseases (RIID) Research Program is a two year program reviewed and recommended by the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP).  The research program is focused on the prevention, treatment, virulence inhibition and clinical outcomes associated with drug resistant bacteria. The program is divided into three divisions: the in vitro pharmacology division, the outcomes and pharmacoepidemiology division, and the implementation science outreach division. This program is one of a limited number of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Academic Affiliations (OAA) awarded pharmacy fellowships in the VA nationally. 

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  • 02 Dec 2021 1:11 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)
    Infectious Diseases Clinical Fellowship
    University of South Carolina - Prisma Health Richland
    Columbia, SC, USA

    The 12-month infectious diseases clinical fellowship follows the successful completion of the infectious diseases residency (PGY2). The fellowship program, which offers training in clinical infectious diseases, clinical and translational research, and academia, prepares you for many career opportunities, including a non-tenure or tenure-track faculty position, clinical specialist position, or medical science liaison role.

    The fellowship mixes academia and research with direct patient care activities. Program faculty who are noted regional and national experts in clinical infectious diseases share their research and academic expertise with you. You will work with other pharmacy and medical trainees, including residents and pharmacy students in a unique blend of patient care activities, clinical and translational research, and didactic and experiential student instruction.

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  • 02 Dec 2021 1:01 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Infectious Disease Translational Research Fellowship Program

    Location: Midwestern University, College of Pharmacy-Glendale Campus, Glendale, Arizona

    Vanthida Huang, PharmD, BSPHM, FCCP
    Professor/Director, Infectious Diseases Translational Research Fellowship
    Midwestern University College of Pharmacy-Glendale Campus
    Department of Pharmacy Practice|19555 N 59th Avenue, Glendale, Arizona 85308

    The Infectious Diseases Translational Research Fellowship program is designed to develop a competent individual to become a practitioner, clinical/industrial scientist, or academician. The position is a two-year post-doctoral program. The program provides training in a variety of infectious diseases research areas including clinical outcomes; pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamics of antimicrobial therapy; and dose optimization of multidrug-resistant pathogens. In addition, the fellow will gain experience in data organization and analysis, presentation, and manuscript preparation and submission. Experiences can be tailored to the candidate’s interests and career goals.

    Application Materials:

    • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
    • Letter of career intent
    • Three letters of reference
    • Official PharmD transcript(s)

    Program Eligibility:

    • PharmD degree from ACPE-accredited College of Pharmacy
    • Successful completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY-1 pharmacy residency or equivalent experience
    • Eligible to license in Arizona

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  • 02 Dec 2021 8:13 AM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    College of Pharmacy, University of Illinois at Chicago

    Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy Fellowship

    Contact Information: 
    Larry Danziger, PharmD, FIDSA, Distinguished Professor University of Illinois at Chicago, Co-Director, and Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy Section, Department of Pharmacy Practice, University of Illinois at Chicago 833 south Wood Street, Chicago, IL 60612
    Phone: 312-996-0892 or 847-826-1913

    Position Summary:

    The University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Pharmacy and Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy Section offers a 2–3-year Fellowship in Infectious Diseases (ID). The goal of the program is to provide the incoming fellows with opportunities to develop expertise in the practice of infectious diseases pharmacotherapy and gain experience in infectious disease research. The fellow’s research experiences will include both clinical and bench research. The fellow will gain experience with in-vitro/in-vivo microbiology research and in phase I-IV human clinical trials. Additionally, the fellow will also gain experience in, grant development, protocol design, research coordination/study management, and the publication of their scientific findings.

    The Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy Section has provided a wide range of scholarly, teaching, and clinical services to the University and the Chicagoland area since its inception in 1996. This program will focus on developing the necessary clinical and didactic teaching, as well as research, skills needed to practice as an independent infectious diseases practitioner. 

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  • 01 Dec 2021 12:42 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Antimicrobials PK/PD and TDM

    Location: University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 

    Contact: Mo Alshaer, Pharm.D., Ph.D., 

    The candidates will learn about running a TDM lab (including clinical/research assays), designing PK/PD studies, running clinical trials, performing PK/PD and statistical analyses, pop PK, and building precision dosing tools. The candidate will have the opportunity to work on beta-lactams TDM. For more information, click below. 

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  • 01 Dec 2021 12:33 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center/University of Houston College of Pharmacy Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Fellowship 

    LocationHouston, TX

    ContactKady Phe, PharmD, BCIDP

    The Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center/University of Houston College of Pharmacy Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Fellowship combines infectious disease clinical practice and research in a two-year program. The fellow is trained as a clinical practitioner in the Baylor St. Luke's Center for Antimicrobial Stewardship and Epidemiology (CASE) with patient care, monitoring, research and teaching components. During the first year, activities focus more heavily on clinical services, similar to an infectious diseases residency. The second year has a more extensive research focus conducted in collaboration with expert faculty researchers from the University of Houston College of Pharmacy.

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  • 30 Nov 2021 1:42 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Infectious Diseases/Antimicrobial Stewardship Clinical Research Fellowship

    Location: Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Boise, Idaho

    Contact: Karl Madaras-Kelly, Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Idaho State University and Boise VAMC,

    Research & Quality Improvement

    The fellow will gain experience working on research protocols and quality improvement projects specifically related to development, implementation, and analysis of antimicrobial stewardship-related projects within the VA system.   Additionally, the fellow may work on multi-year funded Infectious Diseases grants as well as collaborating nationally on projects for the VA Antimicrobial Stewardship Task Force (ASTF).

    The fellow will be required to develop a competitive research proposal for funding and submit at least one manuscript as first author. Other research-related activities include data analysis and preparation of manuscript(s) for publication.

    Examples of Recent Projects (Collaborators/Funding)

    • National Medication Utilization Evaluation for Management of Bacteriuria in the Outpatient Setting (VA ASTF)
    • Decreasing Pneumonia Duration of Therapy (ASHP Foundation)
    • Cognitive Support Informatics for Antimicrobial Stewardship (VA HSR&D)
    • Improving Acute Respiratory Use through Implementation and Evaluation of Core Elements of Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship (CDC)
    • Development of a Spectrum Score to Measure Antibiotic De-escalation in Healthcare Associated Pneumonia (NIH)

    Clinical & Teaching Activities

    Clinical activities will be limited in scope to those related to those to the Antimicrobial Stewardship program including periodic rounding and reporting of stewardship metrics. The fellow has the option to gain experience in travel vaccine and HIV clinic appointments under the direction of the ID Clinical Pharmacy Specialist and working on (local) quality improvement projects. Teaching will be limited to advanced practice experiences and didactic opportunities on stewardship-related topics.  Inpatient weekend staffing may also be available (if desired).

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  • 30 Nov 2021 1:34 PM | Shelley Warnock (Administrator)

    Hartford Hospital, Center for Anti-Infective Research and Development

    Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy Fellowship

    Contact Information: 
    Joseph L. Kuti, PharmD, FIDP, FCCPTitle: Associate Director, Center for Anti-Infective Research and Development
    Hartford Hospital, 80 Seymour Street, Hartford, CT 06102 United States
    Phone: 860-972-3612

    Position Summary:

    The Center for Anti-Infective Research and Development at Hartford Hospital has a long-standing history of performing cutting edge research in Infectious Diseases and has offered post-doctorate training programs in Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy since 1978.  The Center participates in all aspects of anti-infective research, including preclinical pharmacology of novel compounds as well as clinical pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamic, and outcomes research studies of currently available antibiotics.

    A two-year fellowship at the Center for Anti-Infective Research and Development at Hartford Hospital is offered with special emphasis on clinical pharmacokinetics and antimicrobial pharmacodynamics. The fellow’s principle responsibility will be research, which encompasses in-vitro/in-vivo pharmacodynamic modeling, animal models of infection, healthy volunteer pharmacokinetic studies, and phase I-IV clinical research.  Training in Infectious Diseases clinical practice issues and antibiotic management will be received. The fellow will also gain experience in protocol development, grant attainment, study management, as well as the publication of scientific literature.

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