UCSF’s Division of HIV, ID and Global Medicine is proud to educate and train world-class researchers, clinicians and educations to lead the fight against infectious diseases in San Francisco and worldwide. We are committed to educating fellow HIV and infectious diseases clinicians, junior faculty, postdoctoral scholars, residents, students, patients and the community.

HIV Clinical Fellowship

The Division of HIV, ID & Global Medicine at UCSF offers a competitive one-year HIV Clinical Fellowship aimed at addressing the workforce shortage of HIV providers in the United States. Started in 2004, this intensive program provides hands-on training in HIV clinical care under the mentorship of experienced faculty, focusing on managing complications, antiretroviral therapy, and providing leadership in HIV medicine, and is funded by unrestricted educational grants or the HIV Medical Association's Clinical Fellowship.

Addiction Medicine Fellowship

The UCSF Primary Care Addiction Medicine Fellowship is designed to empower primary care physicians with the expertise to take leadership roles in addressing unhealthy substance use within the safety net communities of the San Francisco Bay Area. Fellows, having completed their residency in their primary specialty, undergo comprehensive training that emphasizes patient-centered communication, integration of addiction medicine services, and harm reduction practices through clinical rotations and scholarly projects.

Adult Infectious Diseases Fellowship

The Division of HIV, ID & Global Medicine at ZSFG is a primary training site for clinical care and research for the Adult Infectious Diseases Fellowship program of the ​​​​​​Division of Infectious Diseases at UCSF Health.