- One of 17 NIH P30 federally funded centers, the Texas Medical Center Digestive Diseases Center
- A CPRIT-funded Texas Collaborative Center for Hepatocellular Cancer
- Rated among the top 20 universities in Gastroenterology on Best Global Universities
- Ranked #11 nationally according to U.S News & World Report - Best Universities for Gastroenterology and Hepatology and #1 in Texas.
- Ranked 21st nationally according to U.S. News World & Report for gastroenterology service at Baylor St Luke’s
- Recognized for our outstanding fellowship training program that offers clinical and NIH T-32 funded research training tracks, and specialized training in liver transplantation, advanced endoscopy and inflammatory bowel disease
- Noted for research journal contributions, 175 published papers in scientific journals and received $9 million in research funding
- Renown for our specialized centers including the Barrett's Esophagus Center, Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center and Advanced Endoscopy and Liver Transplant Programs