The mission of the USF Division of Infectious Disease & International Medicine is to be an internationally outstanding academic center. Our faculty members conduct research, analyze policy, deliver clinical care, and provide specialized training to healthcare providers locally, nationally and internationally. Our goal is to be a resource for infectious disease identification, prevention and treatment issues, including bioterrorism and the emergence of new pathogens.
The USF Division of Infectious Disease & International Medicine has established several funds through the USF Foundation that help support the mission and goals of our division.
The purpose of this fund is to support research, service and educational programs related to infectious diseases and international medicine.
The purpose of this fund is to support sepsis research, medical student and resident education, and improve patient care and education. Read more about Erin Flatley and learn more about sepsis.
The purpose of this fund is to support education and training, research associated with infectious diseases that particularly afflict children, and to recognize medical students that exemplify the spirit of Philip. Read more about Philip and learn more about amoebic meningitis.