The mission of ID Bayview is to:
  • train innovative researchers and clinicians
  • provide excellent, ethical and compassionate care
  • deliver education to our diverse communities and patients from a public health perspective
  • promote pioneering translational research and discovery to advance the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases.




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The Division of Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins Bayview provides a full range of diagnostic, consultation, evaluation, treatment and prevention services for a wide variety of infectious disease-related problems. All physicians are full-time faculty of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

We are internationally recognized for our medical education and training activities. We offer clerkships to medical students and visiting residents/fellows in infectious diseases and wound care and provide an annual CME course Infectious Diseases Update for the Primary Care Practitioner. We are the home of the CDC-funded STD/HIV Prevention Training Center, which provides comprehensive training for clinicians who provide care for HIV, other sexually transmitted infections (STI) and reproductive tract infections (RTI). For more information on the Clinical Care Training Center visit our website by clicking HERE.

In addition, we have established a clinical trials research program to investigate new drug treatments for a wide range of infectious diseases.

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Mark Sebastian Sulkowski, M.D.

Mark Sebastian Sulkowski, M.D.
Director, Division of Infectious Diseases

Announcing our new director »