The Division of Infectious Diseases program is led by world-renowned clinicians and scientists. We provide inpatient consultative care at multiple locations, and have a joint Infectious Diseases Fellowship with the UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, thus providing unprecedented exposure of trainees to a diversity of patients; additional training opportunities include a Transplant Infectious Diseases Fellowship and an HIV fellowship.  Outpatient venues include the UT Professional Building in the Texas Medical Center (general ID, transplant ID and fungal infections), the West Loop Clinic (general ID and travel medicine), and Thomas Street Healthcare Clinic, one of the largest public HIV clinics in the USA staffed by our ID experts who specialize in HIV care and NIH funded clinical research. Our faculty members are internationally recognized for their expertise and have won awards for their service, teaching, clinical care and research accomplishments, particularly in the areas of HIV clinical and translational research; fungal infections; enterococcal infections; antimicrobial resistance; and central nervous system infections including West Nile.