Graduate Medical Education


Transitional year

Transitional Year residents will have exposure to research meetings and conferences during their training. They also have opportunities to collaborate with current residents in internal medicine or other residency or fellowship programs in the network should they choose to become involved in research during their year of training. Transitional year residents have been involved in quality improvement projects, case reports and have had manuscripts published.

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.

Research Curriculum

  • Multidisciplinary monthly conference covering core research fundamentals

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.

Research Day

  • Oral and poster presentations are selected from residents’ and fellows’ submissions
  • National Keynote speaker presents on a research topic