Our training programs offer a variety of clinical and scientific opportunities for the motivated learner seeking to grow in an innovative environment. Our faculty have led the way to free open-access medical education and our fellows developed a network of 5,000 members strong to promote clinical reasoning.
Leaders in Innovative Medical Education for All Learners
- Home of @WuidQ, our free open-access medical education (FOAMed) resource in infectious diseases, managed by Gerome Escota, MD, associate professor of medicine, and Ige George, MD, MSc, assistant professor of medicine and co-director of our ID Fellowship program.
- Home of “Comprehensive Review of Infectious Diseases” – one of the most popular books used for ID board review
- Home of the Washington University Manual (including Infectious Disease Subspecialty Consult)
- Powderly, et al. Infectious Diseases – considered one of the main text books in ID
- Follow the Infectious Diseases Fellows Network @ID_Fellows
The ID Fellows Network was created by our ID fellows as a collaborative resource to promote ID clinical reasoning for #IDfellows | Team: Too many to count | #IDTwitter #IDMedEd | email@example.com
- @WASHUID for announcements and news stories.
Medical students and residents
A clinical elective in Infectious Diseases is open to 4th-year medical students and residents at Washington University School of Medicine/Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Visiting medical students and residents from other institutions are also welcome and should contact the fellowship co-directors, Gerome Escota, MD at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ige George, MD, MS at email@example.com for further information.
The St. Louis STD/HIV Prevention Training Center is part of the prestigious Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO.
Infectious Diseases Society of St. Louis (IDSSL)
The IDSSL promotes professional education, cooperation and fellowship among its members, while providing members with new information and techniques in the treatment of infectious diseases.