Pediatrics Infectious Diseases Fellowship

The Mount Sinai Hospital's Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship trains clinician-investigators for a career in academic infectious disease medicine.

Training takes place at Kravis Children’s Hospital at Mount Sinai, which offers a large pediatric organ transplant program, a busy pediatric hematology-oncology program, a stem cell transplant service, and an HIV program for patients of all ages. The Division of Infectious Diseases participates in an antibiotic stewardship program and an infection control program and fellows have the option to rotate through our teaching affiliate, Elmhurst Hospital Center in Queens, New York.

Our three-year training program is dedicated to clinical service and research activities. Fellows are also encouraged to attend conferences and other academic activities. Learn more about our curriculum and schedules

Our program has a number of research opportunities available to those interested in basic, translational, clinical, or global health research. Past fellows have had a wide variety of research interests, including evaluating new treatment agents for hepatitis C, comparing strategies for preventing cytomegalovirus (CMV) following liver transplantation, and evaluating how to best manage bloodstream infections caused by extended-spectrum beta-lactamase producing organisms.

Mentorship and research opportunities are available within the Division of Infectious Diseases and in other departments and institutes, including but not limited to the Department of Medicine’s Division of Adult Infectious Diseases; the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences’ Division of Sexually Transmitted and Infectious Diseases; the Department of Microbiology; the Global Health and Emerging Pathogens Institute; and The Arnhold Global Health Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; and with the Clinical Microbiology Laboratory at The Mount Sinai Hospital.

To apply to our Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship, you must submit your application online via ERAS––the Electronic Residency Application Service of the Association of American Medical Colleges. Fellowship positions are offered through the fall specialty matching service of the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). 

Your application should include: Three letters of recommendation, a personal statement, and your USMLE transcript. We ask that one letter of recommendation come from your residency program director and the other from an infectious diseases physician. Applications are accepted starting a year before the fellowship start date in July. Interviews are held from September through November, and positions are offered in December. J-1 and H-1 visa holders are eligible to apply.