students on campus

History

The founding of CTMID in 2011 was lead by Dr. Afzal Siddiqui. Since its inception, CTMID has grown into a research powerhouse, currently encompassing active grants of over $15 million. The center was established with the intent of creating an environment for enhanced research and training on a wide variety of infectious diseases caused by pathogens. Faculty and staff comprising the CTMID work to expand personal research and collaborations, while simultaneously providing hands-on training of MD, MS/PhD-graduate students and MD-fellows in infectious diseases and tropical medicine of public health importance. 

Mission & Vision

To contribute to the improvement of health worldwide through the pursuit of excellence in research and hands-on training of MD, MS/PhD-graduate students, and MD-fellows in infectious diseases and tropical medicine of public health importance.

We strive to apply the world’s best science to the world’s worst diseases, and do so through collaborations and teamwork with the eventual aim to:

  • develop novel, advanced products for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of important infectious diseases, and
  • produce outstanding students that strive to make a positive impact in our community 

campus

Got Questions?

We're here to help. Contact us if you have questions.

Emily Ireland 

(806) 743-1468 

emily.ireland@ttuhsc.edu

Give Today

Give Today

View more