Undergraduate: Agustiniano, City Bogota-Colombia.
Medical School: Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota-Colombia
Residency: UTHealth-Houston Internal Medicine Physician Scientist Track, Houston, Texas
Clinical Fellowship: UTHealth-Houston Infectious Diseases Physician Scientist Track, Houston, Texas
Research Fellowship: T32 Emerging Infectious Diseases, University of Texas Medical Brach at Galveston, Texas
My main academic interests are infectious in immunocompromised host and bioinformatics. I am working in how to use electronic health records data to improve the management of blood stream infections in solid organ transplant recipients.
I love baking, especially bread and pastries. I am also an avid cyclist and Texas has great locations for spectacular rides.
The T32 Infectious Diseases Fellowship at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston offers me an exceptional opportunity for clinical and research training in infectious diseases. The fellowship allows me to engage in rigorous scientific study
and hands-on clinical experience in a world-renowned institution. The program’s comprehensive approach ensures a deep understanding of both common and rare infectious diseases, preparing me for a career in academic medicine and public health.
The program also encourages collaborative research, leadership skills, and a lifelong commitment to learning and innovation in the field of infectious diseases. This fellowship program is a great way for medical professionals to gain the necessary
skills and knowledge to stay ahead of emerging infectious diseases. This training will enable fellows to be prepared for any future health threats that may arise, as well as benefit their patients by providing better treatment options. By participating
in this program, fellows will gain greater awareness of the importance of preventive care and early detection.