Infectious Diseases

We train tomorrow's physicians, investigate the pathogenesis, treatment and prevention of an array of infectious diseases and provide excellent care for the Buffalo area.

We offer excellent training and research opportunities with nationally and internationally recognized experts in our fellowship program. Our translational research programs contribute to the treatment and prevention of an array of infectious diseases. And our faculty provide important clinical care in the area's major hospitals.

Our faculty are internationally-renowned researchers, well-respected clinicians and instructors who are repeatedly recognized with teaching awards.
We educate tomorrow’s physicians across the spectrum, from medical students to fellows.
We investigate the pathogenesis, treatment and prevention of an array of infectious diseases—translational research with the potential for broad public application.
In addition to providing excellent care for the Buffalo area and key training opportunities for medical students, residents and fellows, our division’s clinical work supports our translational research program.
Read the latest news and media coverage about our division, faculty and research, and learn about upcoming events in our division.

Division Chief

Russo, Thomas
Thomas Russo, MD
Professor and Chief, Infectious Disease; Vice Chair for Finance

Upcoming Events
Infectious Disease Research Conference
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Jacobs School, Room 5101
Department of Medicine City-Wide Grand Rounds (Sponsored by the Dr. Mike Wilson Foundation for Advanced Imaging Distinguished Lecture Series) - "Cardiac CT in 2018: The Case for CT-Guided Care"
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
CTRC Room 5019 with live video stream to ECMC-3rd Fl-Dr. Steven Noyes Medical Education Center, VA WNY Healthcare System Conf Rm 803C and UBMDIM Youngs Rd Conf Rm