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All Applications Due by July 20

An interview is highly desirable and is offered by invitation only. All interviews will be virtual via Zoom. 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 Yale School of Medicine shares in the academic mission of one of the world's leading centers in biomedical research.

ERAS Electronic Application

Application Requirements Via ERAS

Three-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.

Two-Year Academic Clinician Track

Applicants with H1-B and J-1 visa, in addition to U.S. citizens and permanent residents, are eligible to apply to our academic clinician track.

Questions relating to the program should be directed via email to:

Mary Ellen Wilson
Program Coordinator
Infectious Diseases Section
Yale School of Medicine

Yale New Haven Hospital, located adjacent to the Yale School of Medicine campus, and the VA Connecticut Healthcare System, in nearby West Haven, serve as excellent venues for subspecialty training.

Infectious Diseases Fellowship Leadership

  • Associate Program Director, Research

    Associate Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases, AIDS) and Epidemiology in the Department of Chronic Disease Epidemiology; Associate Program Director of Research, Infectious Diseases