Welcome to the UNC Fellowship Training Program in Infectious Diseases. Established in 1980, our goal is to equip physicians to become leaders in the field of infectious diseases. We offer a rich experience in clinical training and research, personally designed to our trainees’ needs and interests.
Core Infectious Disease Fellowship Program
The UNC Infectious Disease Fellowship Program (ID Fellowship) was established in 1980 with the goal to equip physicians to become leaders in the field of infectious diseases. We offer a rich experience in clinical training and research, personally designed to our trainees’ needs and interests. The UNC ID Fellowship program offers a broad range of research and clinical opportunities, both locally and abroad, all supported by internationally-recognized faculty. Learn more and apply
Immunocompromised Host Fellowship Program
The Immunocompromised Host Infectious Diseases Program (ICH ID) at the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill has two positions each year for a 12 month (July 1-June 30) advanced training year. The program was established in 2015 to promote advanced training in immunocompromised hosts. This fellowship combines strong clinical training in inpatient and outpatient consultative services for immunocompromised hosts combined with education and training in one of 3 tracks: 1) antimicrobial stewardship and hospital epidemiology, 2) clinical trials, or 3) quality improvement and research. Learn more and apply
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The UNC Division of Infectious Diseases is committed to promoting equity and inclusion throughout our division and training programs. We welcome diversity among our faculty and trainees, including but not limited to, diversity in gender, race and ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic status, and physical ability. Learn more