We provide Infectious Diseases Consultation Services for Neonates through young adults. These include patients coming in with a variety of common and rare Infectious Diseases including periodic fevers, Lyme disease, Long Haul COVID, tick-borne diseases, bone infections (osteomyelitis), joint infections, pneumonia, urinary tract infections, congenital infections and transplant infectious diseases, among other diseases.

Pillars of Our Division

  • Core values: respectful; compassionate; collaborative; responsive; service-oriented; family-centered
  • Clinical excellence: evidence-based; up to date; open-minded; collegial
  • Multidisciplinary: provide a team-driven approach to comprehensive preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic services for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults
  • Academic environment: promote a stimulating setting to support the medical, scientific, and professional advancement of team members.
  • Educational activities: establish cross-disciplinary and cross-institutional educational forums.
  • Interaction: host interactive exchanges with educators from the US and abroad.
  • Generate new knowledge: expand our research programs through grant support and pioneering science
  • Domains: clinical, translational, and basic science research; guideline and clinical pathways development; antimicrobial stewardship, infection control & prevention, immunocompromised host, medical education, and public health
  • Engagement: encourage interaction with scholars from the US and abroad through conferences, research grants, publications and national and international committees
  • Mentorship: support research activities through expert scholarship oversight
  • Action: think and act locally and globally
  • Collaborations: establish and strengthen collaborative scholarly activities with colleagues abroad to train the next generation of physician-scientists
  • Exchanges: establish bidirectional interactions in the fields of infectious diseases, pharmacy, epidemiology and biomedical research
  • Education: engage the community through social media and outreach
  • Advocacy: promote vaccinations and preventive healthcare
  • Support: ensure accessibility for community physicians
  • Community collaboration: work with agencies and consumers devoted to HIV prevention and linkage to care