It was a joy to work with a group of physicians who were such advocates for us fellows and who truly helped us not only become better ID clinicians/researchers but helped us grow as humans.
Dr. Clayton Mowrer shares his last words on graduating from ID Fellowship
I think in the end, I believe that training in infectious disease truly rounded out my education.
Dr. Mark Ridder provides some last words as he graduates from our fellowship
As more vaccinations are completed worldwide, specific vaccine strategies and outcomes among special patient populations are newly available. Two populations of interest include vaccinees with previous COVID-19 and those with a history of a solid organ transplant. Dr. Erica Stohs reviews early data for SHEA Journal Club
by UNMC ID First Year Fellow Dr. Jonathan Ryder My first experience with IDWeek was nothing like I expected it to be (given its virtual nature), yet it provided a fantastic experience, full of learning opportunities from the world’s experts. First, I will comment that we are fortunate at UNMC infectious diseases fellowship to be provided protected time to attend IDWeek as first year fellows…. Continue Reading
This guest blog post is written by Dr. Tatia Hardy, a graduating PGY4 Internal Medicine/Pediatrics resident at UNMC. Dr. Hardy wanted to share her reflections on racism as a public health crisis, looking through the historical lens of the Tuskegee syphilis experiment.