We bridge the gap between publication and practice. Our priority-driven education programs provide multi-disciplinary opportunities for students, investigators, researchers, and others healthcare professionals.

Fellowship Program

The Infectious Diseases Fellowship is an ACGME accredited education program that utilizes faculty in two hospitals and clinics, including a Ryan White HIV clinic to expose fellows to a diverse disease pathology and patient population. Our fellowship program offers J-1 Visas and research experience in a COVID-19 vaccine trial and more.

Clinical Research Internship

The Clinical Research Internship bridges the gap between clinical research theory and clinical research practice through in-class, hands-on, and project-based learning. The goal of this Internship is to develop the skills necessary for initiating and managing a clinical research program. Interns will be involved in a variety of research projects during their time in the program.

Louisville Lectures

Louisville Lectures is a free open access Medical Education (FOAMed) project that provides clinically relevant content on infectious diseases and features the University of Louisville School of Medicine Grand Rounds. These medical lectures are accessible for residents, medical students, physicians, and other medical professionals around the world.