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Updated May 05, 2014
 

NOTICE: The Cedars-Sinai/UCLA Multicampus Program in Infectious Diseases is merging with the UCLA Division of Infectious Diseases Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program to form the UCLA Multicampus Program in Infectious Diseases.  All fellows starting training in July 2015 will be part of this new program.

The new program will consist of two tracks:

  • The Advanced Research Track is designed for fellows who wish to become independent investigators in academic clinical or laboratory research careers; this track allows fellows to obtain a Masters in Clinical Research or a PhD after completion of the clinical portion of their training.
  • The Clinical Scholar Track is a two year program that is structured for fellows who aspire to more clinically-oriented careers in general infectious diseases, HIV medicine, viral hepatitis, public health, epidemiology, antibiotic stewardship, and infection control.

All trainees in both tracks will have full access to the faculty, educational resources, research opportunities, and clinical experiences at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in WestwoodUCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica, VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and the Los Angeles County Olive View-UCLA Medical Center. The facilities of the newly integrated UCLA Multicampus Program in Infectious Diseases care for an extraordinarily diverse patient population within an outstanding academic environment, thus providing trainees with an exceptional experience.

This website describes the Clinical Scholar Track.  Details regarding the Advanced Research Track can be found at Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program - UCLA Health.

The National Residency Matching Program code for the Clinical Scholar Track is 1030146F0 (listed under Cedars-Sinai Medical Center).

   
 
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Links in this section lead to further information about the training program. Click on the APPLY tab to read specific instructions on applying to the program. The CURRICULUM tab leads to a detailed description of the various clinical rotations, conferences, didactic lectures and research experience of the training program. The FACULTY page has links to CVs of the infectious disease specialists primarily responsible for teaching and mentoring program trainees. AFFILIATED HOSPITALS provides a brief description of the clinical institutions as well as the UCLA Geffen School of Medicine.