Undergraduate Medical Education

Graduate Medical Education

  • Fellows as Teachers Seminars.
  • Internal Medicine-Hepatology Co-management Clinical Service.
    • The goals of this new clinical service include:
      1. Create a cohesive educational experience combining expertise in both specialties to provide superior patient care and experience.
      2. Establish an interprofessional team structure that values structured communication, collaboration and patient-centered care that will improve patient outcomes.
      3. Provide dedicated educational experience in hepatology — specifically peri-transplant medicine — within the Internal Medicine curriculum.
      4. Expand scholarship within inpatient medicine.
      5. Expand the role of fellows in the education of Internal Medicine residents.
  • Faculty Education Scholars:
    • This selective, two-year program fosters the career development of future educational leaders, while providing support to complete and disseminate a scholarly project that improves the education of medical students and residents. Our next application cycle begins in January 2020.
  • Enhanced research elective.
  • Master of Science Program in Clinical Translational Sciences:
    • The mission of the master’s program is to provide an avenue for the student to gain more experience in and exposure to the diverse areas of the clinical translational sciences and to offer a mechanism for the student to obtain in-depth knowledge in a specific area of health sciences research. CTS students may specialize in an area such as immunology, neuroscience, cellular and molecular medicine, pharmacology or other areas of biomedical science. They may also elect the CTS program's new concentration in clinical research.
    Residency:
  • Subspecialty Fellowship Programs: