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Message to Applicants:

Michelle Floris-Moore, MD, MS
Michelle Floris-Moore, MD, MS

Thank you for your interest in infectious diseases, an incredibly rich, diverse, and rewarding specialty. As is evidenced by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the bounds of our specialty know no limits, spanning pathogenesis, clinical care, disaster planning, infection control and prevention, immunology and vaccine development, public health, social determinants of health, diagnostic testing, and communication skills. While the task is daunting, we will overcome this pandemic, in large part thanks to the tireless efforts of Infectious Diseases experts everywhere.

We understand that the fellowship application season this year continues to experience the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, including disruptions in clinical rotations and limitations on travel plans.  We assure you that we will keep these realities in mind when reviewing your application and strongly encourage you to proceed with your application to our program this year.  In order to ensure that we continue to provide a uniform and equitable interview process for all applicants, we will be conducting all interviews virtually this year. We will strive to provide you with an optimal interview experience that includes all relevant information about our program, as well as opportunities to interact with our faculty and fellows. We welcome your interest in the UNC ID Fellowship program and look forward to meeting you virtually.

Sincerely,

Michelle Floris-Moore, MD, MS
Associate Professor of Medicine
Director, UNC Infectious Diseases Fellowship Training Program

Drs. Neha Kumar, Hareesh Singam, Theppharit Panichsillapakit, Michelle Floris-Moore, Sarah Rutstein, and Madeline McCrary.

Eligibility

In order to be eligible to apply for the UNC ID Fellowship the following must apply:

  • Completed training in internal medicine by an ACGME Accredited Institution by the start of your intended fellowship year
  • Citizen, permanent resident, or J-1 visa holder of the United States
    • The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill only accepts J1 visas and permanent residents. H1B visas are not permitted by the Health System.
  • Trainees funded by NIH Institutional Training Grants must be US citizens, non-citizen nationals, or permanent residents; applicants eligible for NIH funds are strongly favored and are encouraged to apply to this program.

Diversity Equity and Inclusion

The UNC Division of Infectious Diseases is committed to promoting equity and inclusion throughout our division and training program. 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. Infectious diseases affect people from all backgrounds and the education provided in our training program underscores the principles of respect for all persons and the importance of addressing health disparities in order to improve health outcomes for the patients we serve.  We promote an environment of inclusion and support within the UNC ID Training Program, understanding that our academic community benefits from perspectives of a diverse group of trainees and faculty.  We adhere to principles of diversity and inclusion throughout the recruitment and interview process and encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds, especially those from groups that are underrepresented in medicine.

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Requirements

Application for admission to the UNC Infectious Diseases Fellowship accepts applications on the ERAS application form.

ERAS Requirements:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Statement of the applicant’s career goals and research interests
    • Special attention should be paid to the applicant’s preferred training track with emphasis on research opportunities available at UNC.
  • Three letters of reference

*We will only review applications once they have all required ERAS components completed*

Interview Process

Personal interviews are an excellent way to assess fit and learn more about UNC ID. While all interviews will be held virtually for 2021, we will provide ample opportunity to get to know our program and community using our webpage and ID Twitter Account. We review applications in batches. If selected for an interview, you will be contacted via email and asked for your interview availability (be sure to check your junk and spam folder regularly!).

For more information about our interview process and timeline, please see below:

  • July 6, 2022: July cycle fellowship applicants may begin submitting applications to programs a 9 am EST
  • July 20, 2022: July cycle fellowship programs may begin reviewing applications at 9 am EST
  • August 30, 2022: If you have not heard about your application by this date you may follow up with Marla Allen, MPH (marla_allen@med.unc.edu) to ask about the status.
  • September 1-November 4: UNC ID Fellowship Interview Season (interviews are held Wednesdays and Fridays)

We participate in the NRMP Match (Medical Specialties Matching Program).

  • November 16, 2022: Rank Order List Certification Deadline at 9 pm EST
  • November 30, 2022: Match Day at 12 pm EST

Contact

Fellowship Program Director
Michelle Floris-Moore, MD, MS
Division of Infectious Diseases
CB# 7030, 130 Mason Farm Road
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7030
Office: (919) 966-2537
Fax: (919) 966-6714
Fellowship Program Coordinator
Marla Allan, MPH
Institute for Global Health and Infectious Disease
CB# 7030, 130 Mason Farm Road, Suite 2115
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7030
Office: (919) 962-5110
Fax: (919) 966-6714
marla_allen@med.unc.edu