Fellowships, Grants & Programs
Welcome ID Heroes!
We are proud to offer a number of grants, fellowships and initiatives to support the professional growth and development of ID specialists at every stage of their career. Explore the options to find the opportunity that’s right for you.
AMR Education Grants for IDSA Core Antimicrobial Stewardship Curriculum￼
The IDSA Foundation is excited to present a new opportunity for medical students, residents and Fellows who identify as African American, Asian American, Native American, Caribbean American, Hispanic or Latinx to receive AMR Education Grants that will allow access to the “self- study” IDSA Core Antimicrobial Stewardship Curriculum.
ID Student Interest Groups Grant Program
Thinking of a Career in ID? The IDSA Foundation’s ID Student Interest Groups Program was designed to engage medical students…
Microbial Pathogenesis in Alzheimer’s Disease Grant
Research grant for clinicians fostering further investigation into the possible link between Alzheimer’s Disease and an infectious agent or a microbial mechanism.
A pitch-style competition, IDea Incubator encourages innovators and early-stage ventures with original inventions, products and ideas with the potential to improve ID care to share their ideas with the ID community and judges in the business, medicine and technology industries.
Women of ID Program
The Women of ID program puts a spotlight on the accomplished leaders, mentors and pioneers in our field whose research and guidance make advancements in ID possible. Throughout the year, we will proudly honor several incredible women and share their stories.
Grants to medical students to support a longitudinal mentored clinical learning and/or research project for up to a year, on infectious diseases-related topics including HIV.
IDWeek Mentorship Program
No matter the stage in a person’s career, one thing remains clear: mentorship can be a critical entrée into the field of infectious diseases (ID).
HIVMA Clinical Fellowship Program
The HIVMA Clinical Fellowship program supports newly trained physicians with gaining HIV clinical experience working with medically underserved patient populations. The goal of the program is to boost the population of HIV physicians and strengthen the commitment to providing clinical care to patients with HIV.