Washington University School of Medicine


St. Louis, MO

Date Posted

December 1, 2022

We invite you to consider applying for an open position in our world-class Pediatric infectious Diseases Fellowship Program at Washington University in St. Louis.  Our Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship is a fully ACGME-accredited three-year program that provides fellows with a broad and deep clinical experience and strong grounding in scholarly activity and medical education. The program structure is flexible and is tailored to suit each individual’s interests and experience. The primary goal is to prepare fellows for academic careers in Pediatric Infectious Diseases. Since its inception, the program has achieved a 100% pass rate on the American Board of Pediatrics certification examination in pediatric infectious diseases. Graduates of our program are well-prepared to pursue multiple career paths within medicine (e.g., medical education, clinical care, hospital administration, and research).


Stephanie A. Fritz, MD, MSCI
Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Infectious Diseases
Co-Director, Pediatric ID Fellowship Program
Washington University School of Medicine

(314) 454-4115

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