Bryan Youree, MD


Dr. Youree attended medical school at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, and completed his residency and his fellowship at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. He served as Chief ID Fellow his final year of training and served as an instructor in the Department of Medicine, teaching both medical and graduate students. During his fellowship, he participated in BSL-4 safety training at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Youree sees patients with all forms of infectious diseases but has a special interest in transplant-related infectious diseases. He has been named a “Top Doc” in Tarrant County by Fort Worth Magazine and 360West magazines numerous times. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and doting on his daughters. As a self-proclaimed “foodie,” he enjoys cooking elaborate meals and attempts to honor his grandmother by planting a vegetable garden every year.


  • Place: University of Oklahoma
    Year: 1995
    Degree: B.S.
    Distinction:Special Distinction, 4.0 GPA; Phi Beta Kappa
Medical School
  • Place: Baylor College of Medicine
    Year: 1999
    Degree: M.D.


  • Place:Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    Year: 2000
    Major/ Program: Medicine


  • Place:Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    Year: 2001
    Major/ Program: Medicine


  • Place: Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    Year: 2005
    Major/ Program: Infectious Diseases
    Distinction: Chief Fellow, Division of Infectious Diseases; Outstanding Fellow Award

Licensure and Board Certification

  • Place: Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners
    Year: 2000
  • Place:Tennessee Medical License
    Year: 2002
  • Place:Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine
    Year: 2003
  • Place:Diplomate, Infectious Diseases subspecialty of the American Board of Internal Medicine
    Year: 2004
  • Place:Texas Medical License
    Year: 2006

Professional Memberships

  • Randolph Tinsley Harrison Society
  • Infectious Disease Society of America
  • American Medical Association
  • American Society of Virology
  • Texas Medical Association