Division Research Faculty
Fellows may also pursue research with established, senior investigators across campus with the approval of the fellowship director.
First Year Scholarly Activity
In your first year of fellowship you’ll explore areas of research or scholarship that would be of interest to you. You will have dedicated research time to identify mentors, develop a scholarly project, and prepare and submit draft IRB and/or grant application documents.
The program assists in choosing appropriate mentors and assembling the fellow’s Subspecialty Fellowship Scholarship Oversight Committee (SOC), which monitors their academic progress and ensures their board eligibility upon completion of their training.
Second and Third Year Scholarly Activity
In the second and third years, fellows have substantial protected time for pursuit of scholarly activity. Fellows are encouraged to submit abstracts and receive departmental support for invitations to present their work at national conferences. Fellows also present in the division’s research conference to get feedback and advice about their project and presentations. During their third year of fellowship, fellows present at Pediatric Grand Rounds.
Previous Grand Rounds presentations include:
Potential research projects are available both within the pediatric infectious diseases division and in collaboration with other divisions. View a list of current research topics within our division.