Applications for the Division of Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program are accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). 

Division of Infectious Diseases
Department of Internal Medicine
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131
Phone: (505) 272-5666
Fax: (505) 272-4435

HIV-AIDS Information

Affiliated Programs and Resources

VA Information

Project ECHO logoProject ECHO HIV-AIDS Clinic

There is overwhelming research evidence showing that people living with HIV/AIDS achieve better healthcare outcomes when they are treated by clinicians that are knowledgeable in HIV, as well as when they are treated in their own communities. The HIV/AIDS TeleECHO Clinic unites a multidisciplinary team of experts in HIV/AIDS care at a central conferencing site with healthcare clinicians treating HIV/AIDS patients in rural, underserved, and key population areas.

Individual cases are presented by the treating clinician and discussed by the group in order to provide consultative advice on the clinical management of HIV/AIDS patients.Relevant peer-reviewed articles, literature, and resources are circulated to participants to enhance their knowledge base and continuing medical education credits are provided. For more information, please visit the Project ECHO HIV-AIDS Clinic website

AIDSInfoNet LogoAIDS Infonet

The AIDS InfoNet is a project of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC) in the Infectious Diseases Division of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. The InfoNet was originally designed to make information on HIV/AIDS services and treatments easily accessible in both English and Spanish for residents of New Mexico. Its mission has expanded to that of providing HIV/AIDS treatment information in non-technical language in various languages.

The primary audience for InfoNet materials includes people living with HIV and their caregivers, especially nurses and other first-line treatment providers. Through collaborative agreements with AIDS service organizations in various countries, the InfoNet is expanding the range of languages in which its materials are offered. For more information, please visit the AIDS InfoNet website.