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Pediatric infectious disease fellowship program

The Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU offers a training program that is designed to produce experts in the area of pediatric infectious diseases.

The successful trainee will be prepared to pass the American Board of Pediatrics examination to become a board-certified PID physician. The program is designed to give the candidate a wide exposure to the principles and practices of both clinical PID and research techniques in PID. The program consists of three years in which the candidate is exposed to clinical material, didactic teaching, reading material and research experiences necessary to pursue a career either as a clinical or academician.

The mission of the Division of Infectious Diseases fellowship training program is to develop physicians who: 

  • Are clinically competent in the diagnosis and management of infectious diseases in newborns, infants, children, adolescents and young adults 
  • Have acquired the operational skills, professionalism and knowledge necessary to direct a pediatric infectious diseases service 
  • Possess the habits of lifelong learning and a commitment to advancing the science and art of infectious diseases medicine through research and scholarship 
  • Have the knowledge and skills required to succeed in an academic health care setting 

Program opportunities

How to apply 

The infectious disease fellowship program is accredited by the ACGME and participates in the National Residency Match Program (NRMP) and the Electronic Residency Application Service. Our next fellowship position will start July 8, 2021. Please submit your application to ERAS when the 2021 recruitment season opens. 

Application to the fellowship program is highly competitive. Persons who wish to apply should be board eligible or board certified in pediatrics. Applications from women and minorities are encouraged. 

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Once we have received all application materials in good order, interviews are scheduled. During the interview, candidates will have an opportunity to meet faculty and current fellows and tour the facilities. 

View university policy on the selection and recruitment of residents and fellows. 

If there are any further questions, interested applicants should contact Dr. Marshall

View more fellowship program information such as contract and benefits, policies, housing opportunities, salary scale and required information on the VCU Graduate Medical Education website.

Contact the pediatric infectious disease fellowship team

Fellowship Program Director Beth Marshall, M.D. Associate professor 
Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases 
Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU 
1000 East Broad Street, Children’s Pavilion, Room 5-229 
Box 980163 
Richmond, Virginia 23298-0163 
Email: beth.marshall@vcuhealth.org
Fellowship Coordinator Taquillia Moore Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases 
Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU 
1000 East Broad Street, Children’s Pavilion, Room 5-229 
Box 980163 
Richmond, Virginia 23298-0163
Phone: (804) 828-1808
Email: taquillia.moore@vcuhealth.org

 

Links of interest 

 
Jeffrey Donowitz
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