We support your research interests with up to three months of dedicated research time during your training.
Whether your interest is in clinical or basic science research, we offer you a wide range of expertise and project opportunities with distinguished, experienced faculty. In your second year, you may take a three-month research elective to design and carry out independent work. We also offer an elective in evidence-based medicine.
Some residents carry an independent project to publication or presentation at national meetings, while others get involved with larger, ongoing research at our school. These opportunities give you a competitive edge when you apply for fellowships or continue on into an academic career.
Throughout the year, Journal Club meetings give you opportunities to present a thorough review of a topic that interests you, which may relate to an ongoing research project you’re developing.