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Ohio State University

Ohio State University

Division of Infectious Diseases
Department of Internal Medicine N1137 Doan Hall
Columbus, OH  43210

Phone: 614 293 8732
Fax: 614 293 4556

Training Program Director

Stanley I. Martin, MD   Assistant Prof.  

Research Interests:  Infectious diseases related to non-HIV immunocompromised hosts

Participating Hospitals

  • Ohio State University Hospital : 963
  • Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital & Richard J. Solove Research Institute : 160
  • Ross Heart Hospital : 116

Program Training Offerings

How does this program meet the ABIM requirements for training in clinical microbiology?

Didactic Lectures
Hands-on Experience

The Program provides training in hospital epidemiology through:

Didactic Lectures
Continuity Clinic
Hands-on Experiences

The Program provides clinical experience for fellows in the following:

Infections in marrow transplant
Infections in solid organ transplant patients
Infections in travelers and tropical medicine
Infections in children

This Program provides training in STD management through:

Didactic Lectures
Attendance at STD Clinic

The Program has a didactic lecture course for fellows:


If yes, what is the average number of lectures provided over a two-year period?


Training is for:


Are there citizenship requirements?


Types of visas accepted:

J1 and H1B

Number of fellows accepted each year:


Duration of the Fellowship (years):


The Program has a training grant (T32):


Average number of infectious diseases consults per trainee per year:


Number of Fellows completing the Program in the last 5 years:


Additional Training/Faculty Resources (optional):

Additional Training: 

Antimicrobial Stewardship Program 



Research Faculty: 

Mark E. Drew, PhD Assistant Professor 

Research Interests: The study of Plasmodium falciparum, the protozoan parasite that causes the most pathogenic form of human malaria

John Gunn, PhD Associate.Professor
Research Interests: Salmonella and Francisella Pathogenesis

Joanne Turner, PhD Assistant Professor
Research Interests: Aging and the immune system

Jesse J. Kwiek, PhD Assistant Professor 

Mother to child in utero HIV transmission

Abigail Norris Turner, PhD Assistant Professor 

Research Interests:  Women’s reproductive health in a global context including HIV and STI prevention projects

Chad A. Rappleye, PhD   Assistant Professor 

Research Interests: The molecular mechanisms that underlie the virulence of the respiratory fungal pathogen Histoplasma capsulatum, the causative agent of histoplasmosis

Larry S. Schlesinger, MD, Saslaw Professor of Internal Medicine and Molecular Virology, Immunology, and Medical Genetics  Chair, Department of Microbial Infection and Immunity 

Research Interests: Tuberculosis and non-tuberculous mycobacterial infections 

Stéphanie Seveau, PhD Assistant Professor 

Research Interests: Understanding, at the molecular level, host-pathogen interactions and the innate immune responses to infection

Jordi B. Torrelles, PhD Assistant Professor 

Research Interests: study of the human alveolar microenvironment and how this may affect the outcome of lung diseases

Joanne Turner, PhD Associate Professor 

Research Interests: Focuses on the changes that take place in the immune system during the natural aging process and the influence that this has on the capacity of the host to control infectious diseases

Daniel Wozniak, PhD Professor 

Research Interests: To understand the molecular biology and pathogenesis of the bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa 


Applications accepted via Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®)?


Timeframe when applications are accepted:

July 1st through September 30

Timeframe when interviews are done

August 1st through October 31st

Susa L. Koletar, MD, FACP, FIDSA, Professor

Research Interests: Diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of opportunistic and metabolic complications associated with HIV infection and its related therapies.


Jose A. Bazan, DO, Asst. Prof.

Research Interests: Furthering the understanding of HIV/Syphilis co-infection, especially diagnosis and management of neurosyphilis in the setting of HIV/AIDS.

John A. Davis, MD, Prof.

Research Interests: Immunocompromised host

Meredith S. Deutscher, MD, Asst. Prof.

Research Interests: Prevention of healthcare-associated infections through judicious use of antimicrobials, musculoskeletal infection in diabetic patients and injection drug users

Christina Liscynesky, MD, Asst. Prof.

Research Interests: Catheter related blood stream infections, ambulatory bacteremias and infection control.

Mark E. Lustberg, MD, PhD, Asst. Prof.

Research Interests: Study of EBV immuno-oncology and development of therapeutic strategies for EBV-associated tumors.

William E. Maher, MD, Assoc. Prof.

Research Interests: Molecular epidemiology, bacterial resistance, and HIV clinical trials

Julie E. Mangino, MD, Assoc. Prof.

Research Interests: Fungal infections, nosocomial infections, and epidemiology

Stanley I. Martin, MC, Asst. Prof.

Research Interests: Non-HIV immunocompromised hosts, focused mainly on patients undergoing solid organ and bone marrow transplantation

Bradford S. McGwire, MD, PhD, Asst. Prof.

Research Interests: Molecular parasitology; Host Parasite Interactions

Michael F. Para, MD, Pomerene Prof.

Research Interests: HIV-virology, HSV, and anti-virals

Madhuri M. Sopirala, MD, MPH, Asst. Prof.

Research Interests: Treatment of multidrug resistant organisms, clinical epidemiology

Kurt B. Stevenson, MD, MPH, Assoc. Prof.

Research Interests: Antimicrobial resistance in the healthcare setting and healthcare-associated infections

Nicole Theodoropoulos, MD, Asst. Prof.

Research Interests: Immunocompromised hosts, focused mainly on transplant patients

Shu-Hua Wang, MD, MPH & TM, Asst. Prof.

Research Interests: Molecular epidemiology, diagnosis of tuberculosis

David A. Wininger, MD, Assoc. Prof.

Research Interests: Bone and joint infections, HIV infections, metabolic complications, and medical education

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