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Thank you for your interest in the Infectious Diseases and Immunology Fellowship at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. This website contains information about the UMass ID fellowship, its history, the program faculty, curriculum, and other information important to future applicants. You can also find general information regarding salary and benefits, and some descriptive material about UMass Memorial Health Care, the UMass Medical School, and the city of Worcester.

Our two-year, ACGME-certified clinical training program supports six fellows, who perform core rotations in general and transplant infectious diseases consultationantibiotic stewardshiphospital epidemiology and infection controlTB clinictravel medicineHIV management in both inpatient and outpatient settings, as well as global health. The expectation is that the successful candidate will sit for the ABIM subspecialty examination in infectious diseases following completion of their fellowship. Case-based and didactic conferences are a regular feature of the curriculum throughout the training period.

For those with an interest in basic science or clinical research, we offer the opportunity to train and collaborate with accomplished scientists who have a broad range of interests. Fellows occasionally pursue an optional research based third year when funding sources are available.

Please take time to explore the website and learn about our program and what we have to offer. 

We wish you the best of luck in your search!