Department of Medicine - Infectious Diseases Research and Education Fund
Thank you for your support of research and education in Infectious Diseases in the Department of Medicine of Baylor College of Medicine. The Section of Infectious Diseases in the Department of Medicine provides outstanding state-of-the-art clinical care and creates and applies knowledge through research, scientific discovery, and medical education and training locally and globally; all done with innovation and compassion to advance health and wellness.
The Section is the primary academic unit serving the clinical adult infectious diseases research community within Baylor College of Medicine. The Section provides outstanding medical education leadership and teaching at the College, including the School of Medicine, the School of Allied Health Sciences, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, and the National School of Tropical Medicine. The Section’s faculty lead and/or provide a substantial number of lectures for the School of Medicine’s core course on Infectious Diseases, the National School of Tropical Medicine’s Diploma in Tropical Medicine course, and the School of Health Professions lectures and case studies on infectious diseases.
Our faculty have well-established research programs in addition to collaborative relationships with researchers across Baylor College of Medicine and other academic institutions. Research projects range from molecular to clinical and include all categories of microorganisms.
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