The Division of Infectious Diseases at ECU is an accredited two year clinical training program for those seeking subspecialty training within Infectious Diseases.
The mission of the Division of Infectious Diseases is to educate students, health care providers and the community at large; serve the people through the practice of knowledgeable, compassionate individual care and public health activities; conduct quality research for the advancement of medical knowledge and betterment of patient outcomes; and maintain academic growth through scholarly publications and presentations.
The goal of this program is to train well rounded physicians who have acquired the skills necessary to thrive in any setting in Infectious Diseases. The educational program is divided into 26 two-week long blocks per year with occasional four week block rotations.
The program highlights include:
Paul P. Cook, MD,
Professor of Medicine
Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases
Director, Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program
Alicia Myers Lagasca, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Associate Director, Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program