Conferences & Seminars

Beatrice Hahn, MD, delivers 2010 Evers Lecture.

Clinical conferences and research seminars are integral elements of the Division of Infectious Diseases. The rich diversity of clinical problems, and the wealth of clinical and scientific expertise available, provide a basis for a variety of conferences and seminars of excellent quality.

NYU Infectious Diseases Grand Rounds
A variable format including presentations by fellows; clinicopathologic conferences; basic research in infectious diseases presented by faculty or guest speakers; and cutting-edge conferences presented by invited speakers with expertise in important and/or rapidly emerging topics

Didactic Course for Fellows
A weekly didactic conference for infectious disease fellows 

NYU Infectious Diseases Journal Club
A weekly journal club attended by Fellows, residents, medical students, and faculty

New York Intercity Infectious Disease Rounds
A weekly conference that rotates locations throughout New York City

Leo M. Evers Lecture Series in Infectious Diseases 
An annual lecture series endowed by the Evers family in honor of Dr. Eddie Louie, bringing internationally renowned authorities on infectious disease topics