Moffitt Cancer Center (MCC) is offering a funded, one-year Transplant Infectious Diseases (TID) fellowship starting in July to finish in June of the subsequent year. In order to apply for the TID fellowship one should be board certified in General Internal Medicine and board eligible / board certified in Adult Infectious Diseases (minimum 2-year fellowship experience to finish prior to start of the TID fellowship).
MCC is an NCI-designated hospital that was established in 1981 and was named No. 11 cancer hospital in the nation in 2020 per U.S. News & World Report. MCC will be the primary teaching site (10 of the 12 months/year) with rotations including microbiology, dedicated research time, exposure to robust allogeneic, autologous and immunotherapy services (such as CAR T), as well as a continuity clinic. Tampa General Hospital (TGH) will serve as a site for solid organ transplant exposure via clinical rotations and regular organ meetings for kidney, heart, lung and liver transplants. Both sites are high-volume centers with access to high-quality teaching opportunities and multi-disciplinary conferences. The TID team at Moffitt Cancer Center includes members who have interests in antimicrobial stewardship in transplant as well as ID and pharmacy.
In addition to the year-long Transplant Infectious Diseases Fellowship, Moffitt Cancer Center offers a 4-week elective in adult Transplant ID / Bone Marrow Transplant ID rotations for visiting ID fellows of other programs. Fellows should be in good standing in their respective accredited programs. Formal lectures are given at minimum once a week by a member of the team.
For more information, please contact
Mr. Martin Kramer
GME Moffitt Transplant Infectious Diseases Program Coordinator