The Vanderbilt Department of Medicine Division of Infectious Diseases is dedicated to enhancing prevention and treatment of infectious diseases through discovery and application of new knowledge that is seamlessly integrated with mentoring trainees to become the next generation of national leaders in the field.
This mission is enhanced by our strong emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration, social and intellectual diversity, commitment to life-long self-learning, and professionalism dedicated to teamwork and collegiality. The ID Division's mission emphasizes a global perspective, as well as maintaining excellence and compassion in every clinical encounter.
Clinical and research program strengths include HIV medicine, mycobacterial infections, and infectious diseases in transplantation recipients. Epidemiology and patient oriented research initiatives are flourishing in drug and vaccine development (for HIV, tuberculosis, and other pathogens), hospital epidemiology, and emerging/re-emerging infections.
The Division of Infectious Diseases is deeply committed to excellence in teaching of medical students, residents, our colleagues in practice, and ID fellows.
Your contribution will support ongoing education and training in Infectious Diseases.
Established in 1994 by Dr. Stephen Raffanti, the Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Center (VCCC) is one of the nation’s leading primary care medical homes for people living with HIV.