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Medical Microbiology Fellowship, Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Announcing a last-minute opening for the 2023-2024 Medical Microbiology Fellowship at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC), with a start date of July 1, 2023. 

-1-year fellowship program designed to train a diverse group of Pathologists and Infectious Diseases specialists to become the next generation of leaders in the field of Medical Microbiology.

  • Fellows receive comprehensive training in all aspects of Medical Microbiology through daily rounds, bench rotations, clinical consultations, didactics, and real-world experience in laboratory directorship. They also en

  • The program may also be tailored to the individual interests of fellows, positioning them for careers in laboratory medicine, infectious diseases, public health microbiology, medical epidemiology, and administrative leadership.

  • The program is ACGME-accredited, and this opportunity is open to applicants who will have completed Infectious Diseases fellowship training or Clinical Pathology residency by July 1, 2023.  We welcome applications from post-doctoral fellows who have completed 2-years of ACGME accredited ID fellowship training, recent fellowship graduates, or from ID faculty and clinicians who wish to develop this additional expertise to augment their clinical practice and/or microbiology and public health research.


Please reach out directly to fellowship director Dr. Daniel Green

( or visit the fellowship website for more details.


Full-Time Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University in Brooklyn, Division of Infectious Diseases in the Department of Medicine

The Division of Infectious Diseases in the Department of Medicine at SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University is seeking a full-time Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. The successful candidate will:

  • Participate on hospital and university committees.

  • Serve two to four months on the inpatient infectious diseases consult service with on-call responsibilities. 

  • Serve two to three half-day sessions in an infectious diseases clinic.

  • Build outpatient practice be developing services such as wound care, travel medicine, STD care, etc.

  • Serve as the inpatient and outpatient infectious disease liaison for growing solid organ transplant services.

  • Attend clinical transplant meetings, and confer with other staff.

  • Supervise fellows, resident and medical students in both the inpatient and outpatient setting.

  • Participate in College of Medicine teaching program in the pre-clinical years as per the section chief.

  • Attend and participate in divisional activities including all conferences, journal clubs and faculty meetings.

  • Participate in clinical research with access to divisional lab resources 


If interested, contact Dr. Michael Augenbraun

Director of Infectious Diseases at SUNY Downstate


Tel 718 270-1433

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