The major goals of our fellowship program are to prepare graduates who are highly qualified to practice clinical infectious diseases, to support individualized training through close faculty guidance, flexible clinical rotations and mentored research; and to train the next generation of academic clinicians and physician-scientists in infectious diseases and public health. We believe that the doctors caring for our patients should reflect the diversity seen in the patient population we treat.
We provide a wide variety of clinical and research experience in different venues including: NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center (general and transplant oncology infectious diseases); the Hospital for Special Surgery (orthopedics, rheumatology); Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; and Rockefeller University. Our fellowship program will be a site for the new joint ID/CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) fellowship pilot program beginning in the 2024 recruitment season. Fellows may explore a myriad of opportunities in health equity through Weill Cornell Medicine's Diversity Center of Excellence of the Cornell Center for Health Equity. We encourage you to explore our website and fellowship program video to learn more about the incredible infectious diseases training opportunities available at Weill Cornell.