The Division of Infectious Disease at UT Southwestern Medical Center is dedicated to achieving the highest quality patient care, clinical and basic science research, and postdoctoral fellowship training in infectious disease.
We offer inpatient and outpatient infectious disease consultation services at several different sites, including Parkland Memorial Hospital, the Dallas Veterans Affairs Medical Center, UT Southwestern University Hospitals (St. Paul and Zale Lipshy), the James W. Aston Ambulatory Care Center, and the Amelia Court HIV Clinic.
Our faculty perform cutting-edge clinical, translational, and basic science research in the pathogenesis and treatment of infectious diseases, including HIV, CNS viral infections, hepatitis C virus, respiratory tract infections, and gram-negative bacterial infections.
We offer a rigorous fellowship training program, dedicated to producing academic physicians of exceptional caliber, that combines extensive training in the management of a wide variety of infectious diseases with in-depth mentored clinical or basic science research training.
The preeminence of UT Southwestern, together with the outstanding research and clinical faculty within the Division of Infectious Disease, provides an unparalleled environment for state-of-the-art patient care, research, and training.