The Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Global Health fellowship program at Indiana University School of Medicine is a three-year program that trains physicians for successful academic careers in pediatric infectious diseases.
The fellowship offers outstanding clinical training with exposure to diverse clinical infectious diseases and exceptional research opportunities in one of the nation’s leading research programs in pediatric infectious diseases. The program strives to generate the next generation of physician scientists with outstanding clinical acumen and inquisitive research minds.
The fellowship program accepts one to two new fellows per year and also welcomes Med-Peds applicants interested in combined adult and pediatric infectious disease fellowship training.
The Pediatric Infectious Disease Fellowship is led by Program Director Alka Khaitan, MD, Associate Program Director James Wood, MD, and Fellowship Coordinator Hannah Flege.