Summer Lectures

During the months of July and August, fellows receive a series of lectures given by faculty on the basics of Infectious Diseases. The goal of these lectures is to offer an introduction to the Infectious Diseases Program to the fellows focused on practical clinical questions encountered during consultations. All lectures are on Thursday and Fridays from 9am to 10am.

Orientation to ID Inpatient Service Dr. Roderick Go
B-cell immune response Dr. Bettina Fries
Antifungal therapy Dr. Somanon Bhattacharya
T-cell immune response Part 1 Dr. Brian Sheridan
T-cell immune response Part 2 Dr. Brian Sheridan
Protozoa Dr. Luis Marcos
Opportunistic infection in HIV Dr. George Psevdos
Parasitic Infection Dr. Luis Marcos
Infectious complications associated with biologic therapy Dr. Sutthichai Sae-Tia
Vaccination Dr. Christy Beneri
Therapeutic monitoring of antimicrobial agents Dr. Melinda Monteforte
Topics in ID pathology Dr. Tahmeena Ahmed
Bioterrorism Dr. Miguel Saldivar
Tuberculosis Dr. Roy Steigbigel
Non-tuberculosis mycobacterium Dr. Miguel Saldivar
HIV pathogenesis Dr. Roy Steigbigel
Evaluation and management of antiobiotic allergy Dr. Brianne Navetta-Modrov
C difficile colitis and fecal microbiota transplantation Dr.Olga Aroniadis
Drug dosing in special populations: obese, renal replacement, augmented creatinine clearance Dr. Melinda Monteforte