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Infectious Disease Fellowship Program-At-A-Glance

Thank you for your interest in the Infectious Diseases Fellowship at Baystate Medical Center-Tufts University School of Medicine. The fellowship has been continuously operative since l985. This clinically-oriented, fellow-friendly program is available to those who have completed a three-year ACGME accredited program in internal medicine or a medicine/pediatric program. The purpose of the program is to provide fellows with comprehensive training in the practice of infectious diseases. To achieve this goal, fellows are trained by eleven readily-accessible faculty in clinical infectious diseases, microbiology (bacteriology, mycology, mycobacteriology, serology, and virology), clinical research, and infection control/hospital epidemiology.


Fellowship Director: Eric V. Granowitz, MD


Fellowship Coordinator: Pauline Blair email: phone: 413-794-5376


Program & Department Statistics

  • Length of fellowship: 2 years
  • Number of fellows per year: 1
  • Number of Faculty: 11


Baystate Statistics

  • Number of hospital beds:  716
  • Inpatient ID consults: 180 per month | Fellows average 50 new consults per month when on inpatient consult service
  • Number of residency programs: 10
  • Number of fellowship programs:  20

Fellow Benefits & Facilities

  • Salary -  PG4: $64,600,  PG5: $67,400
  • 4 weeks vacation/year, meal subsidy, free parking
  • Disability/Malpractice/Health/Life Insurance
  • First and second year fellows share their own office
  • Each fellow has his/her own computer
  • Comprehensive electronic medical record
  • Well-supplied, on-campus hospital library with 8 librarians and robust e-medicine resources (Up-to-Date, Ovid, etc.)
  • Access to Tufts on-line library

Curriculum Information (Curriculum is modified to meet each Fellow's individual needs.)

  • PG4: adult consultations (6 months); research (3 months); pediatric consultations (1 month); microbiology/infection control (1 month); multispecialty month (1 month)
  • PG5: adult consultations (5 months); research (4 months); microbiology (1 month); transplantation (1 month); multispecialty month (1 month)
  • Weekly Conferences: core curriculum series, microbiology
  • Monthly Conferences: case presentations, fellows' presentations, journal club, HIV