Transplant ID Fellowship

The University of Alberta is pleased to offer a one-year clinical fellowship in the field of Transplant Infectious Diseases. This position is funded through the support of Alberta Health Services and supported by the Alberta Transplant Institute. The University of Alberta in Edmonton is home to a large, world-class multi-organ transplant program. There is a team of dedicated Transplant Infectious Diseases physicians engaged both in clinical care and active clinical and translational research. Eligible candidates must have completed Infectious Diseases and/or Medical Microbiology training by the start date of the Fellowship. Applications from international trainees are encouraged.

The requirements for medical education registration in Alberta can be found at the College of Physicians & Surgeons website. In addition to clinical training, the Fellow will have the opportunity to pursue clinical, translational, or basic science research in the field of Transplant Infectious Diseases. Fellows are strongly encouraged to carry out a second year of research training following the clinical fellowship.

The start of the training period is July 1, with limited flexibility around this date. The deadline for submission of applications is August 31 of the year preceding the desired start date. Remuneration is at the level of a 6th year resident (R6) as per the Professional Association of Resident Physicians of Alberta collective agreement.

Interested applicants should email: 1) A cover letter outlining their career goals, 2) An updated curriculum vitae, and 3) At least three letters of reference to Dr. Dima Kabbani at