The Section of Infectious Diseases at Wake Forest School of Medicine is focused on research, clinical care and education in the field of infectious diseases. Locally, nationally and internationally recognized faculty members support these goals through our fellowship program and research.
Infectious Diseases Society of America Honors Ohl
Christopher A. Ohl, MD, FIDSA, received the 2020 Society Citation from the Infectious Diseases Society of America.
"The Society Citation is a discretionary award given in recognition of exemplary contribution to IDSA, an outstanding discovery in the field of infectious diseases, or a lifetime of outstanding achievement in a given area—either in research, clinical investigation, or clinical practice. Occasionally, this Citation acknowledges milestone infectious diseases events or activities. Your outstanding contributions to infectious diseases and your accomplishments demonstrate your commitment to the field."
As part of the citation, Ohl will receive a plaque, an honorarium and an invitation to discuss his career in a future podcast.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Ohl!
With a variety of interests and research backgrounds, our faculty have been recognized nationally and locally as outstanding educators by medical students and house officers.
The Section of Infectious Diseases has a cadre of clinician-scientists with broad areas of interest. It is built around clinical breadth while focusing on collaborative, translational research with partners in many areas of the Medical Center.
Learn more about the research in the Section of Infectious Diseases at Wake Forest School of Medicine.
Education and Training
Three fellowship positions are available each year. Over the course of the program, fellows gain clinical experience and participate in scholarly activities and research. Our graduates are highly skilled infectious disease clinicians who also possess the necessary skills and knowledge to be successful educators and clinical investigators.