We believe that mentorship lies at the core of successful scholarly activity. To ensure successful research experiences, our fellows have both a primary research mentor as well as a Scholarship Oversight Committee (SOC) that includes a member of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases division. The selection of a research mentor begins at the time of an interview, when prospective fellows meet with faculty both within and outside of the division that are engaged in projects within their area of research interest. Upon acceptance to the program, the program director will work with the fellow to meet and choose a research mentor and develop a research project even prior to the start of formal subspecialty training. Throughout fellowship, trainees are given adequate protected time to focus on scientific inquiry and develop their scholarly work.
Pediatric Infectious Diseases Division
- Francis Gigliotti, M.D., Chief, Pediatric Infectious Diseases Division
- Mary T. Caserta, M.D., Director, Fellowship Training Program
- Jennifer Nayak, M.D.
- Brenda Tesini, M.D.
- Geoffrey A. Weinberg, M.D.
- Terry W. Wright, Ph.D.
Internal Medicine-Infectious Diseases
Microbiology and Immunology