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Fellowship Program

Program Tracks

Clinical Fellows will all gain comprehensive training over the 2-year program at Tampa General Hospital, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital, which will prepare them for a career in Infectious Diseases. During the Fellowship program, all Fellows are given the opportunity to pursue career and scholarly development on elective rotations that meet their goals. The program currently offers 3 tracks with mentorship teams for fellows who wish to pursue additional formal training during their fellowship.

Transplant/Immunocompromised Hosts Track

Fellows pursuing the Transplant/Immunocompromised Hosts Track will have the opportunity to gain clinical and research expertise in the care of immunocompromised patients following solid organ and bone marrow transplantation, as well as patients with hematologic malignancies or primary immunodeficiencies. Clinical opportunities include rotations caring for patients from the Tampa General Hospital Transplant Institute - ranked in the Top 5 in the nation for performing heart, lung, liver, kidney, and pancreas transplants with over 750 transplants in 2023 alone, the Tampa General Hospital Oncology Institute, and the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center - a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, where over 350 allogeneic stem cell transplants are performed annually. Fellows will have a mentorship program with formal didactics and are encouraged to attend regional and national transplant conferences. For Fellows interested in additional training, a 3rd year Transplant Infectious Diseases opportunity is offered through H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center.

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HIV and Viral Hepatitis Track

The HIV and Viral Hepatitis Track provides Fellows the opportunity to pursue inpatient and outpatient experience focusing on the care of patients living with HIV and viral hepatitis. This includes rotations at the Hillsborough County Department of Health and the James A Haley Veterans’ Hospital. Additional optional dedicated experiences with public health and sexually transmitted infections are available. Research opportunities in the pathogenesis, epidemiology and treatment of HIV are offered, including multiple clinical trials for therapeutics. Formal didactics and a mentorship team will assist Fellows in career development throughout the training track.

Antibiotic Stewardship and Infection Prevention Track

Fellows on the Antibiotic Stewardship and Infection Prevention Track are provided additional training opportunities on the prevention of infections and appropriate use of antimicrobials through clinical exposure, dedicated research and formal didactics including courses from IDSA and SHEA. This will include opportunities for leadership roles at Tampa General Hospital and the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital with collaborative teams including physicians, pharmacists, nursing and infection preventionists as well as additional training in outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy. A mentorship team will help Fellows with scholarly achievement and career development.