Department and Faculty
The Division of Infectious Diseases consists of over 30 physicians, including 10 consultants specialize orthopedic infectious diseases. The Orthopedic Infectious Diseases Focus Group specializes in the prevention and treatment of bone and joint infections, including those patients who have undergone joint replacement or bone-related or soft tissue surgery.
The Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Mayo Clinic in Rochester is a multispecialty group made up of surgical, research, and clinical consultants. Our physicians work in an integrated and cooperative group practice that strives to provide the highest-quality and cost-effective care for every patient. This department consistently maintains an excellent reputation in the orthopedic community and in consumer ratings.
In addition to caring for patients in clinical practice, Mayo Clinic's faculty is committed to teaching and facilitating the growth of medical knowledge. The infectious diseases faculty demonstrates a strong interest in educating fellows and support the goals and objectives of Mayo Clinic's infectious diseases fellowships.
Many of our faculty members have published and lectured extensively and are highly regarded in their fields. You work closely with these individuals throughout your training in the Orthopedic Infectious Diseases Fellowship. Mayo's infectious diseases faculty has established and maintained an environment of inquiry and scholarship. This fellowship has an active research component as part of the program.
Advisers and mentors
You choose a faculty mentor at the start of the fellowship to provide comprehensive educational advice and personal support. Your mentor may be the same or separate from your research mentor.
You meet with your adviser periodically throughout the program to review your progress and career goals, and ensure that your educational needs are being met. Your adviser also serves as a contact point for introducing you and your family to Rochester, Minnesota, and the Mayo Clinic system.