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UT Southwestern Medical Center HIV Fellowship

Program Description: This one-year HIV medicine fellowship is intended for individuals who have completed internal medicine, family medicine or medicine/pediatrics residency training and desire additional clinical training in the care of patients living with HIV. The primary training site is the Dallas county Parkland Hospital and its associated Ryan-White funded HIV clinic, Amelia Court clinic. Under the mentorship of the UT Southwestern HIV faculty, the fellow will complete up to 9 months of outpatient HIV specialty clinic training and 3 months of inpatient HIV consultation in addition to comprehensive HIV curriculum and QI and clinical research opportunities. Attendance at a major HIV conference (CROI or ACT HIV) is also supported.

Program start:  July 1

Program length: 1 year 

Applications Dealine: December 15th

Related experience/interests:

  • MD or DO
  • Must have completed core residency training in internal medicine, family medicine, or medicine/pediatrics.

Program Director: Paula Blackburn

Email: paula.blackburn@utsouthwestern.edu

Website: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/education/medical-school/departments/internal-medicine/divisions/infectious-diseases/fellowships/ 

 

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