James Cutrell, M.D.

James Cutrell, M.D.

Program Director, Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program

  • Internal Medicine - Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine
  • Infectious Disease

Biography

Dr. Cutrell is originally from Sulphur Springs in northeast Texas. Following in the footsteps of his uncle and father who both attended UT Southwestern, Dr. Cutrell completed his medical school training at UTSW and was the Ho Din Award winner of his graduating class. Attracted by the breadth of clinical cases and intellectually stimulating environment, he remained at UT Southwestern to complete an internal medicine residency, a chief medicine residency, and an infectious diseases fellowship. Dr. Cutrell’s clinical interests focus on the care of patients with HIV and the rational and effective use of antimicrobials. He is currently leading the antibiotic stewardship program at the Dallas VA Medical Center in addition to providing clinical care in the HIV clinic, on the general medicine wards, and ID consult service. Dr. Cutrell also has strong interests in graduate medical education and teaches medical students, residents, and fellows in infectious disease. Outside of medicine, Dr. Cutrell enjoys reading, spending time with his wife and two sons, and traveling.

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Education & Training
  • Fellowship - UT Southwestern Medical Center (2011-2013), Infectious Diseases
  • Medical School - UT Southwestern Medical School (2003-2007)
  • Residency - UT Southwestern Medical Center (2007-2010), Internal Medicine
Professional Associations & Affiliations
  • Texas Medical Association (2010), Member
  • American College of Physicians (2010), Member
  • Infectious Diseases Society of America (2012), Member
Honors & Awards
  • Chief Medicine Resident 2010, Selected to serve as Chief Resident for Internal Medicine Residency Program 2010-11
  • UT Austin Dean's Scholar 2000-2003, Natural Sciences Honors Program at UT Austin
  • Ho Din Award 2007, Award for top graduating student of UT Southwestern
  • Resident Teaching Award 2008, Award for outstanding teaching as voted by UTSW medical students
Books & Publications
Research
  • Prevention of surgical site infections
  • Innovations in graduate medical education
  • Clinical outcomes in musculoskeletal and diabetic foot infections
  • Chronic metabolic complications and malignancy in HIV patients
  • Antibiotic stewardship

Clinical Focus

  • Infectious Disease

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