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Congratulations ID Faculty!
Connell

Congratulations to Nancy Connell, PhD
who is a recipient of the Outstanding Scientist Award.

The Excellence in Medicine Awards www.EJIawards.org are named for New Jersey physician Edward J. Ill, MD, who was a pioneer in promoting continuing education in ways that set the national standard. The awards will be presented at theEdward J. Ill Excellence in Medicine Awardsceremony on May 3rd in East Brunswick.


DallaPiazza
Dr. DallaPiazza (Left)

Congratulations to Dr. DallaPiazza who won
the Golden Apple 2017 Award for SFHCC
at the Golden Apple Awards Gala
Mayfair Farms in West Orange, NJ
on February 18, 2017.


 

Director: David Alland, MD MSc DTM & H


The Division of Infectious Diseases at The New Jersey Medical School at Rutgers is dedicated to improving the health of our patients, performing innovative basic and clinical research, and training the next generation of leaders in infectious diseases. The Division encompasses all aspects of infectious diseases including general infectious disease, pediatric infectious disease, clinical microbiology, hospital epidemiology, AIDS, infection control, microbial pathogenesis, diagnostics, and international health. Division membership is shared with members of the Rutgers Center for Emerging Pathogens resulting in cross-discipline clinical, teaching and research experiences. We also work closely with the Public Health Research Institute and their numerous scientists involved in HIV, tuberculosis and antibiotic research and public health. Combined with this and other Rutgers departments, our division includes one of the largest group of clinical and basic science investigators on tuberculosis in the world. HIV care and research is another Division priority. This mission is supported by an integrated care system that spans the ID clinic, a dedicated in patient HIV ward, and a long-term care outpatient facility. Numerous opportunities also exist to gain experience in international research through a variety of ongoing research activities.


Researchers at Rutgers have developed the first clinically effective high speed diagnostic test for active Tuberculosis.


 

New TB test could change current treatments.



Department of Medicine / Division of Infectious Diseases
Medical Science Building, Room I-689
New Jersey Medical School
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

185 South Orange Avenue
Newark, New Jersey 07103
Ph. 973-972-9834  |  Fax 973-972-1141

infectiousdiseases@njms.rutgers.edu