Interested candidates should contact Gary Cox, Director of the Infectious Disease Fellowship Program, at Gary.email@example.com or (919) 681-5055.
We accept applications through the ERAS system, and participate in the NRMP (National Resident Matching Program).
Deadline for receipt of applications is the first week in January. Selected candidates will be invited to attend one of two day-long programs at Duke to familiarize applicants with the ID Training Program and to allow faculty to become acquainted with the applicants.
Minority Recruitment in Basic and Clinical Research
Recognizing the need for increased minority representation in medical research, the Training Programs have adopted the following general goals:
Identify talented and interested minority students at all grade levels from high school through fellowship who may wish to become career biomedical scientists.
Encourage and facilitate the development of these candidates through the collaboration and support provided by the medical research enterprise at Duke University including our training programs.
Assist in the placement of those individuals at each level into more advanced positions leading to the final goal of a fully independent research investigator.
For additional information, please contact:
Ms. Lynsey Michnowicz
Infectious Diseases Fellowship