All Applications Due by July 27
The section of Infectious Diseases at Yale Medical School is committed to the training of academically oriented Infectious Diseases specialists. The Infectious Diseases section at Yale provides unique opportunities for fellows to:
- develop diagnostic and management skills of an Infectious Disease consultant,
- develop and complete patient oriented research projects, and
- investigate the pathogenesis of infectious diseases.
Infectious Diseases fellows at Yale are introduced to and can choose to participate actively in the research endeavors of many laboratories and clinical research programs. The Infectious Diseases Clinical Training Program is under the direction of Dr. Manisha Juthani-Mehta.
An interview is highly desirable and is offered by invitation only. Our training program participates in the ERAS electronic application service and the National Residency Matching Program for Infectious Diseases fellowship match. The Section of Infectious Diseases of the Yale University School of Medicine shares in the academic mission of one of the world's leading centers in biomedical research.
Application Requirements Via ERAS
- Completed ERAS Application
- Personal Statement
- 3 (three) letters of recommendation
- USMLE Scores
- Medical School Transcript
3 Year Research Track
Applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, or Permanent Resident to apply for the research track. These positions are funded by NIH, and, therefore, citizenship or permanent residence is a requirement.
2 Year Clinical Track
Applicants with H1-B and J-1 visa, in addition to U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents, are eligible to apply to our clinical track.
Questions relating to the program should be directed to:
Mary Ellen Wilson
Infectious Diseases Section
Yale University School of Medicine
333 Cedar Street
P.O. Box 208022
New Haven, CT 06520-8022
Phone (203) 785-7571
Yale-New Haven Medical Center is a physically integrated multi-block site near the main campus of Yale University. The center encompasses the diverse research and clinical activities of the Yale University School of Medicine, Yale-New Haven Hospital, Yale Faculty Practice Plan, Yale School of Public Health and other allied programs. The nearby West Haven Veterans Affairs Medical Center is the second teaching hospital and offers a wealth of clinical and research opportunities and is totally integrated with other parts of the school.