The online doctor’s outfit, which helped train the world’s most deadly pandemic doctor, has shut down.
The online doctoral program that provided training to the world-leading Ebola doctor was also shut down on Friday, said Peter Wojcicki, a spokeswoman for the University of Colorado at Denver.
The school, which trains more than 3,000 medical residents every year, has been closed to students since Dec. 5 and to faculty since Jan. 9.
Wojcicksi did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The program, called the National Doctorate Program, was founded in 2008 and launched by Dr. Anthony Fauci, the world leading Ebola doctor who died on Jan. 20 in Sierra Leone.
Fauco had been working with the U.S. National Institutes of Health in Atlanta, Georgia.
The U.K. government also closed its online doctoral programs in November, citing the virus outbreak in the United States.