The dynamic and evolving field of infectious diseases offers a variety of exciting career options.
The HIV Medical Students program awards grants for up to three years to medical student and mentor pairs to support a longitudinal HIV-related clinical learning and/or research project and mentor relationship during medical school.
This program has supported over 610 medical students with mentorship by IDSA and HIVMA members, giving the best and brightest in the field a first-hand look at the challenges and opportunities of working in infectious disease.
The IDWeek Mentorship Program provides an opportunity for medical students, residents, and fellows to closely interact with leaders in their respective areas of investigation or career interest.
Explore the exclusive opportunities for residents and medical students at IDWeek this October in San Diego.
In October 2015, IDSA's Board of Directors approved the adoption of an "all-in" Match policy for the 2016 Match cycle, at the recommendation of the ID Training Program Directors' Committee and the ID Recruitment Task Force.
IDSA is offering stipends to eligible established or developing student infectious disease interest groups at medical schools.
IDSA has compiled detailed information on the faculties and specialties of over 100 training programs around the United States. To submit a new training program or update your training program information, contact Albert Bond at firstname.lastname@example.org.