Welcome to Infectious Disease
Location: 725 Irving Avenue, Suite 311
Syracuse NY 13210
Phone: 315 464-5533
The Division of Infectious Diseases is a section of the Department of Medicine at Upstate Medical University, based at University Hospital, in Syracuse, New York.
Activities within the division revolve around patient care, teaching, and biomedical research in the field of infectious disease and microbial pathogenesis.
In addition, Division Faculty are responsible for medical directorship of the infection control programs at University Hospital, Crouse Hospital, VA Hospital of Syracuse and Oneida Hospital, as well as directorship of outpatient services to include the Central New York Designated AIDS Center, Infectious Disease Associates of Syracuse.
Our faculty also provide inpatient consultation to patients at University Hospital, Crouse Hospital and VA Hospital of Syracuse as well as our affiliation with the Onondaga County Health Department’s STD Clinic and TB Clinic.
- Provide expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases and offer specialty care to all patients referred to us.
- Teach fellows, residents, and medical students about issues relevant to infectious diseases.
- Conduct fundamental and clinical research in the areas of microbiology, immunology, and infectious diseases.
Upstate Announces the Appointment of Rosemary Rochford, PhD as Vice President for Research
Rosemary Rochford, PhD has been named Vice President for Research. Dr. Rochford, a member of the Upstate faculty, previously served as Chair of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology.
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