Research training and its application is an integral part of our residency. This is accomplished by providing instruction and hands on experience under the mentorship of the faculty.
Internal Medicine Resident Research Meeting
- Residents discuss on-going projects during these meetings.
- Subspecialty faculty discuss potential projects to work collaboratively with residents.
- Faculty review upcoming submission deadlines for regional and national meetings.
- Director of Research Institute provides guidance and answers project related questions.
- Faculty recognize the acceptance of residents’ research to regional and national meeting as well as publications.
- Two to four week blocks of concentrated time to work on projects
- Activities include: IRB application, background literature search, RedCap instruction, entry and analysis of data, drafts of abstracts or manuscripts
- Faculty mentors provide oversight and evaluation
- Oral and poster presentations are selected from residents’ and fellows’ submissions
- National Keynote speaker presents on a research topic
Participation at Regional and National Meetings
- American College of Physicians, Society of General Medicine, American College of Osteopathic Internists, American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, World Congress of Gastroenterology at the American College of Gastroenterology, World Congress on Heart Disease
“At St. Luke’s, I was able to practice my skills with autonomy and benefit from the mentorship of experienced faculty. Knowledgeable and supporting physicians on the subspecialty services ensure the balance between patient care, learning and research. I was able to present my research at a national level and was able to acquire a nephrology fellowship position at the academic institution of my preference. Overall, it’s a great place to learn.”
Abbas Raza, DO
Class of 2017
For more information, visit St. Luke’s Research and Innovation.