The Department boasts a diverse portfolio of research activities in women's health that spans the spectrum from basic biological, translational and clinical investigation to epidemiological inquiry and the development of public health policy. The spirit of cooperation and innovation, coupled with an unswerving standard of excellence, has been conducive to the development of the Department as one of the preeminent academic research institutions for women's health and disease.
Please contact Medical Student Program Coordinator Matt Leavitt at email@example.com to inquire about research opportunities that are being offered to medical students.
For information about funding and credit please contact Maureen Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org in the Curricular Affairs Office. Credit for your research or lab work is available through the 150.01 Research or 199 Lab Project electives.