Transplant Infectious Diseases Fellowship
The Division of Infectious Diseases at Moffitt Cancer Center offers a one-year fellowship in Transplant Infectious Diseases (TID). To apply for the TID fellowship one should be board certified in General Internal Medicine and be BE/BC in Adult Infectious Diseases (minimum 2-year fellowship experience to finish prior to start of the TID fellowship). Moffitt is an NCI-designated hospital that was established in 1986. Moffitt will be the primary teaching site (10 out of 12 months/year) with rotations including microbiology, dedicated research time, exposure to robust allogeneic, autologous and immunotherapy services (such as CAR-T), as well as a TID continuity clinic.
Tampa General Hospital (TGH) will serve as the site for solid organ transplant exposure via two months of clinical rotations and regular attendance at dedicated organ meetings for kidney, heart, lung and liver transplants. Both sites are high-volume centers with quality teaching opportunities and multi-disciplinary conferences. The TID team at Moffitt Cancer Center is a multidisciplinary team consisting of physicians and pharmacists. Our special interests include drug resistance issues in molds as well as antimicrobial stewardship issues in transplant.
Moffitt Cancer Center
By the end of the additional year of training the fellow will be able to:
- Take care of infections seen in allogeneic, autologous, and various immunosuppression patients including solid organ transplant recipients and patients with hematologic malignancies
- Participate in the administrative duties of a Transplant Infectious Diseases physician including but not limited to Tumor Board and the creation/editing of Standard Operating Protocols (SOPs) that are utilized by programs
- Apply to be staff as a dedicated Transplant Infectious Diseases specialist at academic centers in the U.S. and abroad
Fellows receive a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
- Research is a required component of the TID fellowship
- Research projects are customized to the TID fellow’s career goals and prior experiences. Options range from case series, book/chapter review manuscripts and other IRB approved projects.
Number of Positions
This fellowship accepts one fellow per academic year. This program does not sponsor visas.
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How to Apply
- Personal statement, one page max
- Current CV
- Letter of recommendation from current program director
- Two additional letters of recommendation
- USMLE transcripts
- ECFMG certificate (if applicable)
- Proof of medical school and residency
- Applications accepted on a rolling basis
- TID Fellowship traditionally begins July 1 of the subsequent year
Submit information to:
GME Moffitt Transplant Infectious Diseases Education Coordinator