Duke University Medical Center’s fellowship program in infectious diseases provides in-depth, academic training in infectious diseases, with a focus on clinical and basic science research in infectious diseases.

Trainees in the infectious disease fellowship program complete the three-year program which includes one continuous 12-month clinical block and 24 months of research. During this time fellows will spend a half-day per week in the continuity clinic. Completion of this program confers the qualifications for Board-eligibility for Infectious Disease.


Gary Cox, MD
Professor of Medicine
Director, Infectious Disease Fellowship Program


John Perfect, MD
James B. Duke Professor of Medicine
Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases