- Our 35 faculty are experts in all the major infectious diseases, such as HIV/AIDS, respiratory pathogens, enteric pathogens, mycobacterial infections, fungal infections, and device-related infections.
- Well-established research programs resulting in $13,533,835 of new funding in 2020-2021.
- Faculty authored 142 peer-reviewed publications and thirteen book chapters in 2020-2021.
- The Infectious Diseases Fellowship Training Program offers comprehensive clinical training and diverse research opportunities in the largest medical center in the world.
- The section’s T32 Research Training in Infection and Immunity program offers three slots for fellows interested in advanced training in research.
View a message from the Section of Infectious Diseases' chief, Thomas Giordano, M.D.
The infectious diseases fellowship training program at Baylor College of Medicine offers a blend of clinical training and research opportunities.
Our faculty have well-established research programs in addition to collaborative relationships with researchers across Baylor College of Medicine and other academic institutions.
Our physicians are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases.