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You’ll train in a variety of medical settings, from fast-paced emergency units to community clinics, working with social, legal and other health professionals to serve a diverse population.

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Our department brings together a diverse, active community of researchers with a variety of interests and expertise. The independent research you conduct here will hone your intellectual capabilities, capacities for scientific leadership and clinical acumen.

Male faculty member conversing with two female residents in a clinical setting

From the minute you join our department, you’ll be supported by generous mentoring and a friendly, open-door culture, whether you’re looking for advice on research or help building your teaching or clinical career.

Medical resident reviewing paperwork with a physician and an emergency medicine technician

Graduates of our residency and fellowships go on to rewarding careers at sites ranging from small community clinics to major research universities. Our faculty consistently earn national and international recognition for their accomplishments.