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Division of Infectious Diseases

The fellowship engages in a standing two year curriculum for the fellows, allowing each fellow to receive the necessary didactic teaching over the two clinical years of their fellowship prior to taking the board exam. The curriculum contains lectures given by the faculty (both division and non-division faculty), journal club and clinical case presentations. Note: These are internal conferences for ID Fellows only. We do not typically allow external audiences, but if there’s a specific reason to attend please contact ID Fellowship Program Coordinator.

Core Curriculum Lectures 2021-2022

– The third Thursday of each month is left open for the ICH conference with Duke. Please see their schedule for details.

Date

Session

Speaker

9/8/21 ARV Resistance David Margolis
9/15/21 Fever in Returned Traveler Jessica Lin
9/22/21 Journal Club Eli Arant
9/29/21 ID Week – No Conference
10/6/21 Viral Hemorrhagic Fever David Wohl
10/13/21 STIs Arlene Sena-Soberano
10/20/21 Journal Club Madeline McCrary
10/27/21 Infectious Complications of Burns Anne Lachiewicz
11/3/21 Influenza Christopher Hurt
11/10/21 Malaria and Tropical Medicine Cases Jonathan Parr
11/17/21 Journal Club Thomas Holowka
11/24/21 Thanksgiving – No Conference
12/1/21 HIV Case Discussion Michelle Floris-Moore
12/8/21 Journal Club Diana Zychowski
12/15/21 Joint Infections Nick Mavrogiorgos

 

Journal Club

Virtual via Zoom

Diana Zychowski   Please note: This is a part of the ID Fellowship Core Curriculum. The intended audience is UNC ID Fellows. We sometimes allow guests to attend certain lectures. If you are interested in attending a specific lecture for a specific reason you can reach out to the ID Fellowship Program Coordinator. 

Joint Infections

Nick Mavrogiorgos Please note: This is a part of the ID Fellowship Core Curriculum. The intended audience is UNC ID Fellows. We sometimes allow guests to attend certain lectures. If you are interested in attending a specific lecture for a specific reason you can reach out to the ID Fellowship Program Coordinator.