The Division is committed to training the next generation of infectious disease specialists in the areas of treatment and research. Clinical and basic science research in infectious diseases is a major focus of the division's training program. Residents and fellows have the opportunity to conduct basic and clinical research with some of the leading infectious disease investigators in the world. They also have the opportunity to travel abroad to conduct research and treat patients suffering from infectious diseases.
Examples of infectious disease trainee research tracks include:
- Antibiotic resistance
- Basic microbiology
- Clinical trials
- Health care epidemiology and infection prevention
- Staphylococcal and major invasive infections
- Tuberculosis and mycobacterial infections
- Transplant infectious diseases and fungal infections
- Viral Hepatitis
The Fellowship Endowment is designed to promote the research activities or clinical training of outstanding young infectious disease trainees pursuing careers in academic research. If you need more information about making a gift to the Division of Infectious Diseases Young Clinician/Investigator Fund, please call 410-955-9916.
To donate today, simply mail your tax-deductible contributions payable to Johns Hopkins University to the address below or send your gift through the link below.
Methods of payment
To make a gift or pledge online, please complete our secure online giving form.
To speak to someone directly about making a gift, please call 410-955-9916.
Mail your giving form to:
Dr. David Thomas, Director
Division of Infectious Diseases
Johns Hopkins Medicine
1830 East Monument Street
Baltimore, MD 21287
Have questions about philanthropic giving to the Division of Infectious Diseases? Contact us.