About the program

The Infectious Diseases Fellowship at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is an innovative two-year program that prepares individuals to be effective consultants in infectious diseases, and provides them with the fundamental training for a career in academic infectious diseases. Second year fellows have the opportunity to enter the Master of Public Health Program through the College of Public Health. There are also options available for training as a medical scientist.

Individuals train at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center's extensive primary and tertiary care facilities for a full range of patient care activities, and in the division's dedicated clinical research programs of consults, mentor and translational laboratories for research endeavors. This environment, together with a mix of consults, mentor relationships, outpatient opportunities and meetings and conferences, offers a truly dynamic, comprehensive and exciting learning environment.

Application Process

We participate in the NRMP. Match day is the first Wednesday in December. We sponsor J-1 and H1-B visas. Applications accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), within the AAMC.

Application dates

  • Application opens: July 1
  • Applications deadline: September 30
  • Interview period: August 1- October 31

Apply must include:

  • Complete application
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • A statement of the applicant's longterm career goals and field of interest
  • Certified copies of applicant's USMLE (including steps one, two and three) OR NBOME (including steps one, two and three)
  • Notarized copies of applicant's transcripts
  • Copies of ECFMG scores for steps one, two and three (if applicable)
  • A recent photograph of applicant must accompany application or be provided at time of interview

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Infectious Diseases Fellows

Infectious Diseases Fellows

Past Fellows

Past Fellows

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