Beth Israel Lahey Health CPEP Fellow/Postdoctoral Scientist in Boston, Massachusetts
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The goal of the training program in Medical and Public Health Laboratory Microbiology (CPEP Program) based at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is to train fellows to assume leadership roles in academic, tertiary care and or public health clinical microbiology laboratories. Philosophically we believe that this education is best accomplished through hands-on instruction in microbiological methods, direct participation in the consultative and administrative activities of the microbiology laboratory, and participation in activities of the infectious diseases, pharmacy, and infection control/hospital epidemiology departments. A further philosophical belief is that fellows should be trained in the thought process involved in furthering the knowledge in our specialty. Our ultimate goal is to train academic leaders in the specialty who will both lead microbiology laboratories, and also contribute at a scientific level to microbiology diagnostics and/or to our understanding of infectious diseases. Therefore, it is an expectation that fellows will become involved in medical microbiology-related research academic activities during their fellowship training. This research will focus on infectiious disease diagnostic development.
Provide consultative clinical services in the area of medical microbiology to BIDMC staff inclusive of pathology, infectious diseases, pharmacy, antimicrobial stewardship, and infection control divisions and departments at BIDMC under supervision of medical microbiology attendings. Provide technical support for clinical microbiology diagnostic activities at BIDMC under the supervision of medical microbiology attendings. Provide administrative support and oversight for clinical microbiology diagnostics activities at BIDMC under the supervision of medical microbiology attendings. Teach medical microbiology to pathology residents, infectious disease fellows, other medical microbiology fellows, and medical students. Perform academic research activities related to the field of clinical microbiology. Evaluate and validate new methodology for introduction into use for diagnostic testing in the area of clinical and medical microbiology in the BIDMC hospital system. Gain practical and knowledge-based expertise in all areas of clinical microbiology (bacteriology, virology, parasitology, mycobacteriology, serology, mycology, specimen processing, susceptibility testing, molecular diagnostics, pre-analytic phase of testing, post-analytic phases of testing, administration) inclusive of adult, pediatric and public health microbiology. Present relevant medical microbiology findings at infectious disease case conferences and other hospital-based conferences as appropriate in the furtherance of patient care.
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