The Division of Infectious Diseases is affiliated with the following research resources and projects:
- Center for Neuroinflammation and Neuroinfectious Diseases: The Center for Neuroimmunology & Neuroinfectious Diseases brings together a multidisciplinary group of scientists, clinician-scientists and clinicians. Our work is focused on the pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of neuroinflammatory and neuroinfectious diseases of the nervous system. The CNND is led by Robyn Klein, MD, PhD, (Division of Infectious Diseases) and Anne Cross, MD, (Neuroimmunology Unit Leader).
- Bursky Center for Human Immunology & Immunotherapy Programs (CHiiPs): an environment where basic, translational and clinical aspects of human immunology and immunotherapy research are seamlessly integrated. Michael S. Diamond, MD, PhD is the Associate Director, Center for Human Immunology and Immunotherapy Programs.
- Center for Administrative Data Research (CADR): CADR provides leadership and training in the use of health services administrative data in clinical epidemiological, health services and outcomes research.
- Center for Clinical Genomics of Microbial Systems (CC-GEMS): The goal of CC-GEMS is to apply next-generation sequencing and related technologies to generate new information on pathogens, microbiomes and host-parasite interactions that may lead to an improved understanding of host-microbial interactions and better clinical care. Center Leader is Makedonka Mitreva, Ph.D.
- Death to Oncocerciasis and Lymphatic Filariasis (DOLF) Project: The mission of the DOLF Project is to develop and test improved treatments for onchocerciasis and lymphatic filariasis that will enhance efforts to control and eliminate these important neglected tropical diseases. Principal investigator: Gary J. Weil, MD.
- COVID – 19 Resources