Clinical Infectious Diseases Research Training Program
The focus of the Clinical Infectious Diseases Research Training Program at Tufts Medical Center is clinical research training in infectious disease, focusing primarily on non HIV related infections. The program is coupled with the opportunity to complete a Master’s degree program in Clinical Research through the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Education at Tufts University.
The program's themes are:
- Transplant Related Infections
- Hospital Infections
- Diarrheal Disease
- Probiotics and Host defense
- Antimicrobial Resistance
- Fungal Infections in the Intensive Care Unit and in compromised hosts
- Borrelia Infections
- Cytomegalovirus Infections
- Infections related to iron in liver and other transplant recipients
- Infections in Stem Cell Transplant recipients
- Cryptosporidial Infections
- Decision Analysis and Meta-Analysis of Infectious Diseases
- MRSA and VRE
- Microbiome in health and disease
- Outpatient Antimicrobial Use and Quality Improvement
The training program faculty include Drs. Craven, Thorpe, Ward, Snydman, Wanke, Selker, Greenblatt, DeMaria, Wong, Hu, Levy, Ruthazer, Levey, Doron, Chow, Golan and Boucher.
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