Infectious Diseases (ID) Fellowship Training is a 2-3 year program depending on the track the fellow chooses. The fellowship tracks are designed to meet all ACGME training requirements and 12 months of clinical experience and 24 months of continuity clinic experience for ABIM subspecialty board eligibility...

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Philanthropist Roe Green is a world traveler, visiting more than 160 countries in her lifetime. Her passion for travel has inspired a generous $5 million gift to University Hospitals and the Division of Infectious Diseases that will help keep globe-trotting patients healthy...

Third year ID fellow, Catherine Bjerum, under the mentorship of Christopher King, MD, PhD, is the co-PI and project coordinator of a RTC looking at Alternative Chemotherapies for Lymphatic Filariasis (LF) Eradication and Treatment in...

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Welcome from the Division Chiefs

Welcome to the website for the Division of Infectious Diseases & HIV Medicine at Case Western Reserve University. We are incredibly proud of our tradition and accomplishments in contributing to the advancement of treatment of infectious diseases locally, nationally and worldwide.

Our core mission is to heal, to teach and to discover. Facing the challenges of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases at home and across the globe; we pride ourselves on delivering the highest quality of care for our patients, providing exceptional fellowship training to the next generation of Infectious Diseases physicians and continuing to make scientific breakthroughs through our world renowned research.

Faculty Distinguished Research Award Winner

Dr. LedermanIn his 36 years as a faculty member, Dr. Lederman has made an incredible impact on Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. But his contributions extend well beyond campus.

Two years after the discovery of HIV/AIDS in 1981, Lederman began researching the disease, focusing mainly on understanding and addressing HIV-induced immune deficiency. Then, two years into his work, he established the first dedicated HIV clinic in Northeast Ohio.

Lederman is responsible for the AIDS Clinical Trials Unit at Case Western Reserve and directs the network of Immunology Service Laboratories, which monitors national HIV treatment trials. His leadership extends into his involvement in the Association of American Physicians, the American Association of Immunologists, the Infectious Diseases Society of America, the HIV Medicine Association, the American Association of Microbiology and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Read more...

SHEA Member Spotlight

Dr. JumpThe Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) has written a member spotlight on Dr. Robin Jump.

Dr. Robin Jump is a physician-scientist with the Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center (GRECC) and the Louis Stokes Cleveland Veterans Affairs Medical Center. She is also an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases and HIV Medicine at Case Western Reserve University.

In 2009, Dr. Jump established an infectious disease consultation service for the Cleveland VA’s long-term care facility, reducing overall antimicrobial use by 30% over 18 months. Read more...

Dr. Stiefel Honored by Women Faculty of School of Medicine

Dr. StiefelCongratulations to Dr. Usha Stiefel for winning the 2016 Helen Evans Mid-Career Faculty Development Award from the Women Faculty of the School of Medicine at Case. This award is given for outstanding potential for a promising career in Academic Medicine.

Dr. Stiefel will be honored at the AAMC this year. Dr. Stiefel will also receive recognition at the WFSOM spring dinner meeting on Monday, April 4, 2016 when this award will be announced.

2016 ESCMID Excellence Award

Dr. BonomoDr. Robert Bonomo has been selected for the 2016 Excellence Award from the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases.

This Award is given in recognition of an outstanding lifetime contribution to science, education or professional affairs in the field of infectious diseases.

Dr. Bonomo is the first non-European to receive this prestigious award from the ESCMID, which is Europe’s leading Infectious Diseases society, and currently counts more than 33,000 members around the world.

Dr. Bonomo will present the Keynote Address at the annual European Conference for Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) in Amsterdam in April 2016 . The Lecture is entitled “The Renaissance of the Beta-Lactamase Inhibitors.”

Congratulations, Robert!

ESCMID Announcement

Faculty Positions Available

Dr. SaadeTwo full-time faculty positions in Infectious Diseases at University Hospitals Case Medical Center are available.

The Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases & HIV Medicine is seeking applicants for new faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level. Find out more...

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  • The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) and American Journal of Infection Control (AJIC) Editorial Board of Directors has chosen Dr. Curtis Donskey as the APIC/AJIC Award for Publication excellence this year. The award will be presented on June 11 during APICs Science to Practice Reception and Awards Ceremony at the annual Conference in Charlotte, NC.