Pathways & Clinical Tracks

While ours is a single educational program, two tracks are available and should be ranked separately.

  • The “Traditional Track” includes time in both highly specialized and general settings as well as with cancer and immunocompromised hosts.
  • The “Immunocompromised Track” enables fellows to focus their education more heavily on cancer and immunocompromised hosts.

We also offer one year fellowships in HIV medicine and in Solid Transplant (Texas Medical Board approved, Graduate Medical Education/ECFMG compatible).

A third year of advanced infectious diseases research is also offered contingent upon acceptance by a research mentor and available funding.

The resources of the University of Texas School of Public Health are available to interested fellows and UT also offers a Masters in Clinical Research Curriculum.