The research and scholarship component of the curriculum in the University Program includes a required mentored 4-month research block, which provides the basis for the MD thesis.
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Pursue mentored basic, translational, clinical, or population-based research in the biology, pathophysiology, social and behavioral determinants of health and disease that advance your field of interest.
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The summer following year 1 provides an opportunity to test a new area of interest or to pursue a longstanding one. Students in the University Program may elect to spend a year pursuing their research interests
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