Resident Research Track

The goal of the Resident Research Track is to support residents who are highly motivated to engage in research to complete a significant research project under the close mentorship of a faculty member. The Research Track is designed to make the process of conducting research during residency year easier, more educational, and more productive.

Key components of the Research Track are protected elective time for research and core research faculty support. The program is ideal for residents who would like to gain a more in-depth research experience. Residents participating in the Research Track are expected to submit at least one manuscript for publication and one presentation to a professional meeting.

Core Components:

  • Research faculty mentors
  • Mentored research project
  • Protected research time
  • Peer mentors
  • Research progress support
  • Academic writing and scholarship support

For more information on the Resident Research Track, please contact Nicole Donoghue, MPH at