The Division of Infectious Diseases of the Washington University School of Medicine is a regional and national leader in infectious disease clinical care, education, research, and public health.  In affiliation with Barnes-Jewish Hospital, the Division provides a diverse scope of expertise ranging from human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), transplantation and oncology infectious diseases, and surgical infections to hospital epidemiology, infection prevention, patient safety, and global medicine.

 Our mission is to provide outstanding clinical care, conduct ground-breaking research, and train the next generation of leaders in academic medicine and infectious diseases.  Our clinical program serves patients across several inpatient consultation services at Barnes-Jewish Hospital as well as in a comprehensive ambulatory practice.  The Division has over thirty full-time faculty members who are engaged in various aspects of basic, translational, clinical, and epidemiologic research.  Our fellowship program has trained more than 120 infectious disease fellows as well as numerous graduate students and post-doctoral research fellows and countless residents and medical students.

IDWeek 2015

The Vincent T. Andriole ID Board Review Course

October 6, 2015
Philip Budge, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Presentation Title: Parasitic Infectious Disease (40 minutes)

IDWeek Oral Presentations

Ige George, MD, 3rd year fellow
Session Date
: Thursday, October 8, 2015 
Presentation Time: 3:00 PM-3:15 PM 
Presentation Title: Epidemiology of Cryptococcocal Disease (CD) and Cryptococcal Meningitis (CM) in a Large Retrospective Cohort of Solid Organ Transplant (SOT) recipients

Kerry Bommarito, PhD, Instructor in Medicine
Session Date
: Friday, October 9, 2015 
Presentation Time: 11:42 AM-11:54 AM 
Presentation Title: The Incidence of Postpartum Infections at Delivery, Post-Discharge Emergency Department (ED) Visit, and Six Week Readmission

IDWeek Poster Presentations