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Multicampus Program in Infectious Diseases
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Updated June 26, 2012
 

The Cedars-Sinai/UCLA Multicampus Program in Infectious Diseases is a subspecialty training program in clinical infectious disease and related clinical and basic science research.

The program utilizes the clinical and laboratory resources of the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and the Los Angeles County Olive View-UCLA Medical Center. These three facilities have a combined occupancy of over 1200 beds and care for a very diverse patient population providing trainees with exceptional clinical experience. Fellows identify a faculty mentor and complete a research project by the end of the 2-year program. There are excellent research opportunities available through the program faculty as well as other researchers at UCLA. A third fellowship year can be arranged by outstanding trainees interested in pursuing additional research experience.

Although listed by the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) as the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System Program (ACGME# 1460521195), as of July 2008 this program is sponsored by the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. The National Residency Matching Program code for the fellowship program 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. Clicking on the PROGRAM BROCHURE tab leads to printable document (pdf) providing a similar description. The FACULTY page has links to CVs of the 16 infectious disease specialists primarily responsible for teaching and mentoring program trainees. AFFILIATED HOSPITALS provides a brief description of the 3 clinical institutions as well as the UCLA Geffen School of Medicine. PROGRAM PRESENTATION is a brief web slideshow introduction to the highlights of the program.