Department of Medicine

Infection and Immunity T32 Training Program Application


The Infection and Immunity T32 Training Program at Baylor College of Medicine accepts applicants in the spring of each academic year. A call for applications is circulated to the BCM community and T32 research mentors each spring.

Applicants should be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, however with the generous support of Baylor College of Medicine we can consider highly qualified applicants who are authorized to work but do not have citizenship or residency status.

Interested applicants should submit all of the following:

  1. A one-page letter of interest describing your career goals and whether you anticipate needing one or two years of support
  2. Your current CV
  3. A one-page research project description
  4. A letter of reference from an internal or external faculty member attesting to your research and academic potential.

Questions can be directed to Dr. Thomas Giordano (, Dr. Indira Mysorekar ( or Ms. Lois Alfred (