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Welcome to the OSU office of Graduate Medical Education: 

At the heart of the OSU Graduate Medical Education program is a team of healthcare professionals dedicated to promoting the highest standards of patient care, research, and teaching.

We strive to help our residents develop the clinical skills, scientific knowledge and caring attitude necessary to become outstanding clinicians or investigators. Our extensive primary and tertiary care facilities offer a full range of patient care activities, and our faculty provides excellent mentoring. Trainees encounter a diverse population within inpatient and outpatient sites around Central Ohio that make up our learning environment.

This environment with its mix of inpatient rotations, outpatient opportunities and educational conferences provides our residents with the comprehensive training they will need to excel in fellowship programs, academic positions and private practice across the nation. In addition, the diverse group of residents and fellows and the variety in their life experiences enrich the educational environment for all. 

  

 

Residents & Fellows NewsRSS

​Fox Sports (Just a bit Outside)- Q&A: Mat Latos Opens Up on Stem Cell Surgery
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/25/2015 4:31:37 PM

​Miami Today: UM Stem Cell Research on Heart May Go National
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/25/2015 4:30:37 PM

​Science Daily: A Single-Cell Breakthrough: Newly Developed Technology Dissects Properties of Single Stem Cells
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/25/2015 4:30:07 PM

​The Japan Times: Riken Won’t Pursue Criminal Charges Against Obokata Over STAP Cell Scandal
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/25/2015 4:29:39 PM

Cellerant Announces Dosing of First Patient in Randomized Phase 2 Clinical Trial of CLT-008 in Acute Myeloid Leukemia Patients
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/25/2015 4:29:11 PM

​University of Pittsburgh: Rebooting Cell Programming Can Reverse Liver Failure
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/25/2015 4:28:25 PM

Rice University: Designing a Better Way to Study Stomach Flu- Texas Medical Center Team Aims to Improve Research of Gastrointestinal Disease
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/25/2015 4:27:52 PM

​Agri Life Today (Texas A&M): Stem Cells Help Researchers Peg Rabies Resistance
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/25/2015 4:27:22 PM

​ ​ The Alliance for Regenerative Medicine Enters into Memorandum of Understanding with Japan's Forum for Innovative Regenerative Medicine
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/25/2015 4:26:42 PM

​ ​ MIT Technology Review: Industry Body Calls for Gene-Editing Moratorium
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/25/2015 4:24:39 PM

Drs. Jacob Yount and Murugesan Rajaram were Awarded AAI Early Career Faculty Travel Grants
posted by: MI&I News
3/24/2015 4:34:12 PM

Knee Cartilage Implanted at OSU Grown From Patient’s Own Cells
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/16/2015 11:49:41 AM

Chicago Sun-Times: Northwestern gets $117.8 million gift; will go mostly toward regenerative medicine
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/16/2015 11:27:48 AM

From Georgia: ArunA Biomedical and neuromics announce strategic sales agreement
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/16/2015 11:27:22 AM

​The Lantern (Ohio State University): Surgery aims to ease knee cartilage damage
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/16/2015 11:25:56 AM

Oakland Press: Stem cell research at Oakland University (Michigan) may lead to easing pain, saving sight
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/16/2015 11:25:30 AM

Scripps Research, Mayo Clinic scientists find class of drugs that boosts healthy lifespan in mice. What are human implications?
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/16/2015 11:25:01 AM

​Canada and Japan leading innovation in regenerative medicine; two nations, different strategies, one goal: Addressing incurable medical conditions
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/16/2015 11:24:21 AM

Asian Scientist Magazine: How many times can cells be re-programmed? Induced pluripotent stem cells can be used to generate up to six generations of mice but accumulate harmful mutations over time.
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/16/2015 11:22:59 AM

Johns Hopkins researchers engineer custom blood cells. Step toward new treatment for patients with sickle cell disease
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
3/16/2015 11:22:28 AM