Infectious Disease Fellowship
University of Florida infectious disease fellows and clinicians.

Inpatient consultation rotations are spent at UF Health Jacksonville. During the first year, 8 weeks are devoted to learning the foundations of clinical microbiology. General infectious diseases are emphasized during the junior training year, with more specialized training during the senior year of the fellowship. Approximately 20 percent of each year is dedicated to research and productive writing.

Junior Fellow Rotations
Rotation Duration
General Infectious Disease (ID) Nine four-week blocks
Microbiology Two four-week blocks
Research One four-week block
HIV Outpatient Continuity Care One half day per week
Senior Fellow Rotations
Rotation Duration
General Infectious Disease (ID) Seven four-week blocks
Outpatient ID Clinics
(HIV, Hep C, Antimicrobial Stewardship,
Wound Care, Hospital Infection Control)
One four-week block
Transplant ID Two four-week blocks
Pediatric ID One four-week block
MICU (elective) One four-week block
Research (elective) Up to two four-week blocks
State Lab (elective) One two-week block

Weekly division conferences are held on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and include board review sessions, case conferences, core infectious disease topic reviews and practice guidelines, TB conferences, journal clubs, HIV topical reviews and research conferences. Fellows are encouraged to attend weekly internal medicine grand rounds on Wednesdays.