Donald Hong, MD to speak at National Sexual Health Conference

The 2024 National Sexual Health Conference (NSHC) is the premier national conference covering all aspects of sexual health while creating opportunities to share information, efforts, research, and best practices related to sexual health across the lifespan. The NSHC brings together clinicians, researchers, educators, social workers, community health workers, case workers, psychologists, pharmacists, and healthcare administrators […]

It’s Fellowship Application Time and We Have Highlights for You!

We are excited to announce our 4th video about the Infectious Diseases Division and our fellowship program This, our latest video narration was written by Caline Matter, MD, associate professor of medicine and associate director of our ID fellowship training program and Joseph Cherabie, MD, MSc, associate professor of medicine. A big thanks to all […]

Dr. Patrick Olson joins the Infectious Diseases Division

Dr. Patrick Olson joined the Department of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases as an instructor as of July 2024. He completed the Medical Scientist Training Program, residency, and infectious disease fellowship at Washington University School of Medicine. His basic science interests focus on how asymptomatic colonization with Staphylococcus aureus influences the development of […]

Dr. Marilia Pinzone joins the Infectious Diseases Division

Dr. Marilia Pinzone joined the Department of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases as an instructor in July 2024. She is an infectious disease physician-scientist with a research interest in studying how HIV reservoirs are formed and maintained as well as investigating the factors that drive poor immunological recovery and non-AIDS comorbidities in people […]

Welcome ID Fellows!

The ID Division gives a warm welcome to our new fellows. We are excited that you chose WashU for your Infectious Diseases Fellowship Training and look forward to working with you. Alex Hartlage, MD, PhD: “I was born and raised in Cincinnati. I completed my undergraduate and medical education at Ohio State University in Columbus […]

Congratulations to our 2024 ID Fellow Graduates!

The Infectious diseases Division celebrated our graduating fellows at a dinner held at Westwood Country Club on Thursday, June 21, 2024. We wish you all the best in your careers! Lovin George, MBBS, MD Lovin George, MD, PhDLovin will be an ID Consultant at Sanford Health, Bismarck, ND David Olaffson, MD David will join the […]

3rd Annual ID Research Symposium a Success!

on May 29, 2024, the ID Division hosted its Third Annual Research Symposium coordinated by second year ID fellow, David Olafsson, MD. Planning committee members included Bill Powderly, MD and Jen Philips, MD, PhD, co-directors of the division along with Jeff Henderson, MD, PhD and Andrej Spec, MD. Among the abstracts submitted, eight were chosen […]

We are excited to announce our outstanding fellowship match!

We thank all of our faculty and staff for they do before and during recruitment season. We thank you for your enthusiasm and engagement during interviews, but also mentoring and taking extra time to meet with applicants and answer questions. A huge thank you to our current fellows who spent so much time highlighting our […]

Thanksgiving lunch gathering with our fellows

Every Thanksgiving the ID division hosts a pot luck of flavors from around the world. Although we missed photos of the food, we did manage to get a picture of those who participated. Happy Thanksgiving!

Miguel Chavez Concha, MD accepted into the 2023-2024 Teaching Scholars Program Cohort

Miguel Chavez Concha, MD, ID fellow alum ’21, was recommended to join the Teaching Scholars Program by excellent clinical educators, including his old program directors. He had always been interested in education and ways to innovate and improve teaching. The Teaching Scholars Program is a 12-month certificate program designed to enhance knowledge and skills, and […]

Annual ID Research Symposium features keynote address

Washington University Infectious Diseases Division welcomed Amita Gupta, MD, MHS as the Inaugural J. Russell Little MD Lecturer at the 2023 Annual Infectious Diseases Research Symposium on June 22, 2023. J. Russell Little, MD, was on the faculty at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis from 1964 to 2005. He served as chief […]

Faculty and trainees gather at annual SHEA meeting.

Washington University infectious diseases faculty and trainees met up for dinner at the 2023 Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) Spring Event hosted in Seattle, WA. Several trainees are training in the antibiotic stewardship program and infection prevention. Armaghan-e-Rehman Mansoor, MD, 2nd year ID fellow, was awarded the Jonathan Freeman Scholarship by the Society […]

Luis Parra-Rodriguez received CROI scholarship award.

Congratulations, Dr. Parra-Rodriguez, MD, third year fellow, for being selected for the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI), New Investigator Scholarship. Scholarships are awarded based on the quality of the submitted abstract, application, and letter of recommendation. New Investigator Scholarship recipients are the presenting author of an accepted abstract. All scholarship recipients are required […]

ID welcomes incoming fellows!

Noah Chodos, MDMedical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine                                                                                Residency: Tufts Medical Center, Boston MA Zoë Leyh, DOMedical School: Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine                                                                  Residency: St. Luke’s Hospital, St. Louis MO Antony Rawindraraj, DOMedical School: Campbell University Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine                 Residency: University of Missouri, Columbia Reid Goodman, MDMedical School: New York […]

SHEA recognizes outstanding infectious diseases fellows

Armaghan-e-Rehman Mansoor, MD, 2nd year ID fellow, has been awarded the Jonathan Freeman Scholarship by the Society of Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA). The award recognizes outstanding infectious disease fellows who demonstrate an interest in healthcare epidemiology. Dr. Mansoor’s primary research interest is in antibiotic stewardship, specifically in immunocompromised patients and in low resource settings. […]

Fellows receive IDWeek 2022 Abstract Travel Awards

Armaghan-e-Rehman Mansoor, MD, and Patrick Ching, MD, MPH, both second year ID fellows have been awarded Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) Trainee Abstract Travel Awards. The awards help defray the expenses of traveling to IDWeek, October 19-23, 2022, in Washington, DC. IDWeek offers several awards acknowledging distinguished, quality scientific research presented at IDWeek. Awards […]