Internal Medicine Residents are presenting their research made possible by the Mentors in Medicine Program.
The primary goal of the Mentors in Medicine (MiM) Program is to prepare the academic leaders of tomorrow. Internal Medicine residents at Washington University School of Medicine have the opportunity to participate in a comprehensive and structured mentored research and career development program.
The Mentors in Medicine Program consists of three components:
Faculty Career Mentors
Interns are paired with faculty based on common academic interests to facilitate long-term career development. Career mentors serve as advocates and advisors for the mentee. Career mentors offer support, help to establish academic goals, and provide guidance in planning successful career paths.
Interns are paired with upper level residents to help the intern make a successful transition into residency training. Resident mentors offer both professional and social support to the new interns, particularly during the first year of their training. Long-term professional relationships frequently develop.
Those interested in clinical research can apply for project funding. Faculty mentors provide research mentorship. The Internal Medicine Residency supports and encourages the pursuit of academic careers in the areas of basic, translational, clinical research, medical education, quality improvement, health policy, and others.
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