Weekly Infectious Disease Conference

Sessions

Faculty and fellows of the Infectious Disease Division, as well as frequent attendees from Laboratory Medicine, Microbiology, and other departments, participate in a weekly conference centering around recent clinical cases of particular interest.

The presenting fellow and faculty review relevant microbiological and clinical aspects of the case, discuss pathogenesis and epidemiology, and provide a summary of the presentation and appropriate references in a handout posted on our internet site. Hospital epidemiology, including infection control, is covered in this series.

Schedule

Held weekly

ID Curriculum

Sessions

A general topic of interest for Infectious Diseases specialists is presented by a University of Washington Infectious Diseases faculty member.

Schedule

Every other week

STD Research and Clinical Conference

Sessions

Participating members learn about new research and clinical topics in sexually transmitted diseases.

Schedule

Held monthly

AIDS Clinical Conference

Sessions

Seminars on clinical, epidemiological, psychosocial, and research aspects of HIV infection are presented.

Schedule

Held monthly

HIV/AIDS Research Conference

Sessions

Faculty, fellows, and visiting scientists present new research findings on HIV/AIDS.

Schedule

Held monthly

VIDD

Sessions

This conference reviews journal articles dealing with virology, viral pathogenesis, immunology, and infections in the immunocompromised host.

Schedule

Held monthly

HIV Journal Club

Sessions

Members review recent literature on all aspects of HIV, from pathogenesis to management.

Schedule

Every other week