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Education and Training
Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program
The Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University is a multi-hospital training program based at The Miriam Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital, as well as at other Alpert Medical School affiliated hospitals.
Clinical training is the focus of the first year, with inpatient consultation rotations at the hospitals. Scholarly research is a major focus in the second year of the fellowship.
The Fogarty AIDS International Training & Research Program
The Fogarty AIDS International Training and Research Program, funded by the National Institutes of Health – Fogarty International Center, is a collaboration among Brown University, Tufts University and The Miriam Hospital.
Brown University AIDS Program (BRUNAP)
Brown University AIDS Program (BRUNAP) is nationally and internationally known as a center for training researchers and clinicians in AIDS-related disciplines. With NIH funding, our faculty are training lab and clinical people from overseas, primarily from Southeast Asia, through the Fogarty Fellows program at The Miriam Hospital.