The Clinschop program is an advanced research track that offers selected residents anticipating a career in academic medicine more time for research and scholarly experiences.
Clinschop residents receive a 4-month block of research and coursework in their second year, special participation in our visiting professor program and are awarded a special certificate upon graduation.
To help strengthen academic skills, Clinschop residents participate in clinical teaching seminars, courses in clinical research or epidemiology, and a medical writing course.
Intern applications for the program are accepted in March for the following academic year. Applicants submit a personal essay, research proposal and letters of recommendation from both their research mentor and advisor. Applications are reviewed by a committee and selected in April.