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ucla affiliated infectious disease program

UCLA-Affiliated Infectious Disease Program


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UCLA-Affiliated Infectious Disease Program
  • Sponsor
    • The VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System “Wadsworth VA”
  • 3 main training sites
    • VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
    • Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
    • Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
  • Over 800 beds combined
    • Wide range of patients and infectious disease
  • Approximately 15 full-time faculty
ucla affiliated infectious disease program career tracks
UCLA Affiliated Infectious Disease ProgramCareer Tracks
  • Clinical Infectious Disease
  • HIV Medicine
  • Laboratory research
  • Health Services Research & Delivery
va greater los angeles healthcare system http www gla med va gov
VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare Systemhttp://www.gla.med.va.gov/

Matthew B Goetz (Chief): HIV/AIDS

David Beenhouwer: Cryptococcus, MRSA

Sidney Finegold: Anaerobic infections

Jacob Fleischmann: Fungal infections and host defense

W Lance George: Clostridium difficile, other enteric pathogens

David Haake: Leptospirosis, rapid diagnostics

David Rhew: Evaluating quality of care, medical informatics

William Schwartzman: Infection Control, hospital epidemiology

cedars sinai medical center http www cedars sinai edu
Cedars-Sinai Medical Centerhttp://www.cedars-sinai.edu/

W David Hardy (Chief): HIV clinical trials & vaccine development

Paula Gaut: HIV therapeutics

Rehka Murthy: Epidemiology of antimicrobial resistance

Peter Ruane: AIDS

Phil Zakowski: Transplant infectious diseases

olive view ucla medical center http www uclasfvp org
Olive View-UCLA Medical Centerhttp://www.uclasfvp.org/

Glenn Mathisen (Chief): Tropical medicine; CNS infections

Suzanne Donovan: Infection Control; HIV in women

Arthur Jeng: Skin/soft tissue infection

Gregory Moran: Bioterrorism; ER infections

David Talan: ER infections; animal bite wounds

ucla affiliated infectious disease program typical fellowship schedule
UCLA Affiliated Infectious Disease ProgramTypical Fellowship Schedule
  • Year One
    • VA inpatient ID: 2 months
    • CSMC inpatient ID: 2 months
    • OVMC inpatient ID: 2 months
    • Outpatient ID: 2 months
    • Transplant infectious diseases 1 month
    • Micro Laboratory & Hospital epidemiology 1 month (1/2 day each)
    • Continuity clinic & research: 1 month
    • Vacation 1 month
  • Year Two
    • Inpatient ID: 3 – 4 months
    • Continuity clinic & research: 7 – 8 months
    • Vacation: 1 month
ucla affiliated infectious disease program educational activities
UCLA Affiliated Infectious Disease ProgramEducational activities
  • Program wide conferences:
    • Case conference (1.5 hours, weekly)
    • Core curriculum lecture (1 hour, 2 out of 4 weeks)
  • Hospital-based conferences
    • Intramural case conferences
    • Core curriculum lectures/ID Grand Rounds
    • Journal clubs
    • Research conferences
    • Mandell reading club
ucla affiliated infectious disease program research training
UCLA Affiliated Infectious Disease ProgramResearch training
  • Areas of laboratory research
    • HIV/AIDS clinical trials & laboratory research
    • Bacterial infections: Leptospirosis, anaerobic infections, S. aureus
    • Rapid diagnostics and molecular epidemiology: uropathogens
  • Clinical infectious diseases
    • Case reports & clinical series
  • Other training opportunities
    • Hospital epidemiology
    • LAC-DHS acute communicable disease unit & TB control
    • Outcomes research/Health Services Research & Development
ucla affiliated infectious disease program other activities
UCLA Affiliated Infectious Disease ProgramOther activities
  • Support of attendance at national conferences
    • IDSA
    • ICAAC
    • SHEA
    • ASTMH
  • Department social activities
    • Meet-the-faculty picnic
    • End of year lunch
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UCLA Affiliated Infectious Disease Program
  • Affiliation with Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
  • Broad clinical training at 3 hospitals
  • Research training
    • Laboratory projects
    • Hospital epidemiology
    • Public Health
    • Health Services Research
    • Clinical infectious disease
  • Post-fellowship opportunities

Visit our website at http://www.infectiousdiseases-ucla-affiliated.org/