Research programs in UVA’s Division of Infectious Diseases & International Health and related disciplines are supported by more than $29 million in extramural funding. Faculty members conduct bench and clinical research of national and international significance, including the development of vaccines, diagnostic tools, and treatments for a variety of infectious diseases.
The division’s international and global research partnerships are one of its strengths. UVA faculty work collaboratively with university-based colleagues in many countries, with major partnerships at sites in Bangladesh, Brazil, Haiti, India, Pakistan, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda.
To learn more about a specific ID faculty member’s research, go to the School of Medicine Research Faculty Directory and search by the individual’s last name.
Explore these links to learn more about the division’s research activities:
Interdisciplinary research opportunities are available in:
- Global Biothreats and Emerging Infectious Diseases
- Epidemiology & Clinical Infectious Diseases
- Pathogenesis and Host Responses to Infectious Agents
- Parasitology / International Health
- Virology and HIV
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