Advanced Degrees

Many fellows have chosen to pursue advanced degrees during their fellowship training, which can be successfully integrated into the fellowship program. Graduate-level courses and degree programs in clinical and translational investigation are offered through the Washington University Institute for Clinical and Translational Sciences (MSCI)Department of Surgery Public Health Sciences Division (MPHS), and Institute for Public Health (MPH).


Educational Seminars and Career Development

Washington University represents a rich academic environment, providing ample opportunities for clinical and scholarly enrichment. A sampling of these opportunities includes:

Infectious Diseases (ID) Conferences
Weekly Pediatric ID Clinical Case Conference
Weekly Pediatric ID Research Seminars, Journal Club, and Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Sessions
Weekly ID Grand Rounds (adult and pediatric cases)
Weekly ID Core Curriculum
Weekly Clinical Microbiology Case Conference and Plate Rounds
Monthly Neuroinfectious Diseases Clinical Conference
Department of Pediatrics
Monthly Fellows’ Forum encompassing core topics in teaching, career, leadership, and scholarly development
Bi-annual Fellows’ Career Development Retreat
Weekly Pediatric Molecular Medicine Seminar
Annual Pediatric Research Retreat
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Weekly Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis Seminar
Monthly Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC) Career Development Seminars
Annual CRTC Career Development Retreat
Institute for Public Health Global Health Work in Progress Series
Institute for Public Health Epidemiology and Clinical Outcomes Seminar Series
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