The University of Illinois Chicago seeks exceptionally well-qualified candidates for our fellowship programs. Training in the Infectious Diseases Fellowship (Director: Danziger) involves active participation in all components of ongoing clinical trials. The fellow will gain the skills necessary for employment in academia or clinical research departments. Coursework is provided in study design, data management and the FDA drug approval process. The Academia and Family Medicine Fellowship (Director: Jarrett) is a two-year training program designed to develop independent researchers and clinician-educators that can lead high-impact research endeavors in a variety of teaching and learning and family medicine environments, with a focus on substance use disorder. Completion of the program enables the fellow to become a full-time faculty member and leader within health professions education, training, and clinical practice.
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Eligibility for licensure in Illinois is required, PGY1 and PGY2 residency training is preferred.
The University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System (UI Health) provides comprehensive care, education, and research to the people of Illinois and beyond. A part of the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), UI Health comprises a clinical enterprise that includes a 462-bed tertiary care hospital, 21 outpatient clinics, and 12 Mile Square Health Center facilities, which are Federally Qualified Health Centers. It also includes the seven UIC health science colleges: the College of Applied Health Sciences; the College of Dentistry; the School of Public Health; the Jane Addams College of Social Work; and the Colleges of Medicine, Pharmacy, and Nursing, including regional campuses in Peoria, Quad Cities, Rockford, Springfield, and Urbana. UI Health is dedicated to the pursuit of health equity.