Kenya Clinical Elective
Throughout this elective, fellows provide clinical care at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital as well as one or more HIV outpatient care venues. Fellows are expected to teach Moi University School of Medicine house officers and students during inpatient rounds. In addition, opportunities are available to learn and understand the unique challenges of performing clinical research in international settings.
Fellows participating in this elective would stay at the IU House near Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital. While there, they can interact with other trainees and faculty from IU School of Medicine and also with visitors from other North American institutions and elsewhere.
The Infectious Diseases Fellowship at IU School of Medicine has four fellows. Graduates have moved on to practice in both private and academic settings.
Recent graduates include Smrity Upadhyay, MD (2018, Private Practice); Cole Beeler, MD (2017, Academic ID Practice); Luke Raymond-Guillen, MD (2017, IM Practice); Lana Dbeibo, MD (2016, Academic ID Practice); Andrew Dysangco, MD (2016, Academic ID Practice); and Patrick Milligan, MD (2016, ID Private Practice).