1. Are there opportunities for a 3rd year of research training?
Yes, typically with no requirement for additional external grant funding. The ID Division provides a 3rd year of protected time to perform mentored clinical research and/or obtain an MPH degree at our School of Public Health.
2. What do most ID fellows do after fellowship?
It runs the full spectrum of ID careers. Our goal is to provide the clinical training and mentored scholarly activity that will give you the tools and experience to have whatever type of career you’d like. About two-thirds of our fellows enter clinical practice, and our program does have a 100% board pass rate. About one-third of our fellows enter careers in academic medicine, global health and/or public health.
3. What pay and benefits does UI Health offer?
We offer competitive pay and benefits. For more information, visit our Graduate Medical Education website https://hospital.uillinois.edu/about-ui-health/education/graduate-medical-education-gme
4. What is your commitment to Diversity and Inclusion?
Our institution has a commitment to the education of our faculty across age, gender-identity-expression, race, ethnicity, country and regions of origin, cultures, socio-economic status, political beliefs, spiritual/religious beliefs or other ideologies, disabilities and sexual orientation. Through this mission we aim to foster a diverse, equitable and inclusive learning environment.