Research Opportunities for Students, Residents and Fellows

Jaime E. Mash Byung Kwak Charles Camp .

Residents Jaime E. Mash, left, Byung S. Kwak, center, and Charles T. Camp take advantage of numerous research opportunities. 

Research skills form a key component of a successful, responsive clinical practice, as well as founding your academic career.

Participating in research as a student, resident or fellow gives you opportunities to extend the frontiers of knowledge and work toward improving the standards for patient care in our area and around the world. It also hones critical thinking, data collection and analysis, interpretation and presentation skills.

As a resident or fellow, you’ll design and carry out your own independent research under the guidance of one of our highly accomplished faculty. As a medical student, you can take an elective to work as a member of a faculty research team on a project of your choice.

Our faculty conduct NIH-funded research from the molecular level up to behavioral intervention studies on topics as diverse as psychosomatics, domestic violence and medical ontology.
Our faculty believe strongly in supporting students’ interests in conducting research during their training.
We make completing a research project or related scholarly endeavor a core component of your residency.
Our program mentors you through a required research seminar and research project during your fellowship.