Medical College of Wisconsin


Milwaukee, WI

Date Posted

February 8, 2023

Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship Position – July 2023 Milwaukee, WI

Our ACGME accredited Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin/Children’s Wisconsin in Milwaukee has an opening for July 2023.

Clinical training takes place at Children’s Wisconsin, a top ranked, 306-bed freestanding children’s hospital. It offers a Level I Trauma Center, a Level I surgery center, a Level IV neonatal intensive care unit and a 72-bed pediatric intensive care unit. It is the primary pediatric hospital for children in Southeast Wisconsin and the main referral center for children living in much of Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Children’s Wisconsin is an Extracorporeal Life Support Organization Center (ECMO Center) and a member of OPTN (Organ Procurement & Transplantation Network) for bone marrow, heart and kidney transplantation.  The hospital also receives patients from across the country and around the world for specific subspecialty care.

Fellows have a vast array of research training options from basic science to clinical/translational, quality improvement, collaborating with the MCW Office of Global Health as a GME Global Health Scholar, or participation in the KINETIC3 Teaching Academy as a medical education scholar. They may seek out mentors from multiple different departments and divisions at MCW. Ample opportunities exist to develop skills in grant writing and allow the fellow to be competitive for local and national awards during fellowship training. The vast resources of MCW including the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, Center for Infectious Disease Research, and the School of Public Health among others, provides ample opportunity for a successful clinical and research career.

Milwaukee is located in the southeast corner of Wisconsin, nestled along one of Lake Michigan’s beautiful bays. It has all the advantages of a large, vibrant city without the stress or cost.

This position is eligible for J-1 visa sponsorship.  H-1B visa can be sponsored (but require incoming fellow to cover the cost to expedite the application).  For more information, contact us or visit


Katie Ryan MD, MPH
Fellowship Director, Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Medical College of Wisconsin

Connie Chase
Program Coordinator

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