Infectious Diseases PGY-2 Residency


This program is primarily focused on the resident becoming a competent infectious diseases clinician. This is accomplished by rounding with adult and pediatric infectious diseases consult services and supporting an antimicrobial stewardship service that serves a broad population spanning four affiliated hospitals, seven intensive care units, a federally recognized comprehensive cancer center, a world-leading transplant center, an outpatient HIV clinic, and a home infusion center. The UW Health Department of Pharmacy works collaboratively with infectious disease physicians and fellows, School of Pharmacy faculty, the Clinical Laboratory Department and Infection Control Division to optimize management of complex infectious diseases. Our department leads innovative approaches to pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic target based therapeutics in hospitalized patients.

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2023-24 Recruitment Update

Thank you for your interest in our program! We have filled our PGY-2 Infectious Diseases positions through early commit for the upcoming residency class.

Residency Program Director

	Lucas Schulz

Lucas Schulz

What makes UW Health’s Infectious Diseases Residency Program unique?
The Infectious Diseases residency program at UW Health prepares the resident to take on all the challenges and opportunities associated with being an infectious diseases specialist. The resident rounds with four ID consult teams, conducts research and quality improvement projects, and leads the antimicrobial stewardship program throughout their tenure.
What goals do you have for residents who complete your residency program?
Residents who complete the PGY2 ID program at UW Health are well-rounded and competent ID practitioners. They are able to manage challenging patient cases, lead an antimicrobial stewardship program, perform practice changing research, and educate future infectious diseases pharmacists.
What is your best advice for prospective residency candidates?
Residency recruitment season is a time to shine. Highlight your strengths to potential programs. It is also a time to reflect on your weaknesses. Seek out a program that helps addresses your opportunities to improve and enhances your strengths!

Contact Information
Lucas Schulz, Pharm.D., BCIDP
Pharmacy Practice Advancement and Experiential Education Manager
UW Health Department of Pharmacy
600 Highland Avenue, Madison, WI 53792
(608) 263-1290 |


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