Many infections, including HIV, endocarditis, and COVID-19, can affect the brain and nervous system. With training in autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, infectious neurology, vascular neurology, and neurocritical care, our doctors are uniquely able to provide expert care to people with these infections, as well as tropical infections and infectious causes of stroke.


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Infectious Diseases

Our Infectious Diseases practice providers a full range of diagnoses and treatment for all areas of infectious disease for both children and adults. As well as having the largest …


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Training and Education

Neuroinfectious disease training

The neuroinfectious disease division faculty participate in the education and training of residents and fellows who wish to gain experience in neuroinfectious diseases. Medical students may apply for a two-week elective in neuroinfectious diseases. 


Research overview

Our faculty are experts in the neurological complications of infectious diseases and actively leading research in this area. Our specialists are conducting research on infections in the neurocritical care unit, infectious causes of stroke including endocarditis, and neurological complications of HIV.