Faculty Members
    • Infectious Disease
    • Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine in the Division of Infectious DIseases at UT Southwestern Medical Center

    Dr. Prokesch is originally from Atlanta, Georgia. After a brief hiatus in Connecticut, where she completed her undergraduate degree in government and then taught kindergarten for a year after graduating college, she returned to Atlanta for medical school and an internal medicine residency at Emory University. She completed her infectious diseases fellowship at UTSW and then returned to Atlanta where she worked in private practice for a couple of years prior to returning to UTSW to join the faculty in 2016.

    • Infectious Disease
    • Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas

    Dr. Sreeramoju is an Associate Professor of Medicine-Infectious Diseases at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She is passionate about improving healthcare delivery through improving the reliability of care as well as using innovative methods. She serves as a Clinical Liaison with Finance at UT Southwestern and as Chief of Infection Prevention at Parkland Health and Hospital System. She has formal training in internal medicine, infectious diseases, and epidemiology and she is currently pursuing an executive MBA in healthcare organizational leadership. She chairs the infection prevention and control committee at Parkland and serves on several national and regional quality, safety and public health committees. She has received intramural awards in teaching and research. She was featured in the Women in Medicine series in 2014 by the Dallas Medical Journal and in the member spotlight on the Infectious Diseases Society of America webpage in January 2017. She has been named as one of the ‘Top 50 leaders in Patient Safety in 2015’ by Becker’s Hospital Review, and she was the recipient of Judene Bartley Award for Public Policy and Advocacy jointly awarded by the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America and the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology in 2015.