College of Pharmacy, University of Illinois at Chicago
Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy Fellowship
Larry Danziger, PharmD, FIDSA, Distinguished Professor University of Illinois at Chicago, Co-Director, and Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy Section, Department of Pharmacy Practice, University of Illinois at Chicago 833 south Wood Street, Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: 312-996-0892 or 847-826-1913
The University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Pharmacy and Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy Section offers a 2–3-year Fellowship in Infectious Diseases (ID). The goal of the program is to provide the incoming fellows with opportunities to develop expertise in the practice of infectious diseases pharmacotherapy and gain experience in infectious disease research. The fellow’s research experiences will include both clinical and bench research. The fellow will gain experience with in-vitro/in-vivo microbiology research and in phase I-IV human clinical trials. Additionally, the fellow will also gain experience in, grant development, protocol design, research coordination/study management, and the publication of their scientific findings.
The Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy Section has provided a wide range of scholarly, teaching, and clinical services to the University and the Chicagoland area since its inception in 1996. This program will focus on developing the necessary clinical and didactic teaching, as well as research, skills needed to practice as an independent infectious diseases practitioner.