Valley Fever Center for Excellence


"Leading the world in best medical practices, education and research for Valley Fever."

Welcome to the Valley Fever Center for Excellence’s official website.

Two-thirds of all U.S. Valley Fever infections are contracted in Arizona. Nationally, Valley Fever is uncommon and considered an orphan disease. Yet it is so concentrated in Arizona that this state needed an advocate to promote improvements in understanding, medical care, and research about this disease. For this reason the Arizona Board of Regents approved the proposal for the creation of the Valley Fever Center for Excellence at the University of Arizona.

The Valley Fever Center for Excellence offers assistance to patients and owners of companion animals who are seeking help with their Valley Fever infections. We also offer services to health care professionals, scientists, and others interested in learning more about this disease. If you find our work valuable, we would welcome your financial contributions or volunteered time. More can be found by clicking on the buttons above for these various areas.

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The Valley Fever 2014 Annual Report

Here is the most recent annual report from The Arizona Department of Health Services.

2014 Annual Report

Coccidioidomycosis Study Group (CSG)

The CSG meeting will be held on April 9th, 2016, in Fresno, CA.

For more information please visit:

CSG Historical Proceedings

Watch this space for a new CME from Medscape!

Current free on-line Valley Fever CME for Primary Care Physicians:

Go to training

Media coverage

Check out one of the best resources for Valley Fever!

Our new Tutorial for Primary Care Physicians was made to help doctors, as well as the public, better understand Valley Fever.

If you would like a physical copy, please request one by emailing us at

Valley Fever Tutorial - 2015

Valley Fever Alliance of Arizona Clinicians Login