The UW Department of Family Medicine and the Research Section offers a variety of opportunities for training in research to learners at all levels. We believe that all family physicians should be critical consumers of biomedical research and can contribute to the advancement of knowledge.
- Undergraduate Students at the UW can get involved in research through the special elective FAMED 499
- Medical Students at the UW can meet their III Independent Investigative Inquiry requirement and pursue research electives coordinated by the Family Medicine Predoc Section.
- Residents in the UW Family Medicine Residency Program can elect the Academic Leadership Focus
- Graduating Residents or Physicians with Practice Experience may consider fellowship training through the 2-year NRSA Primary Care Research Fellowship Program, including a Masters level degree, usually a Master of Public Health (MPH)
- Faculty Members in the UW Family Medicine Residency Network may participate in the Faculty Development Fellowship program
- Visiting Scholars can sometimes participate in research and training programs by special arrangement