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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

Dr. Jian Zhang of The Ohio State University Received Funding from The National Institute of Health for his Research on Asthma
posted by: MI&I News
6/22/2015 5:05:17 PM

Cosmos Magazine: The birth of IVF- A New Play Recounting the Saga of Alan Trounson
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
6/17/2015 11:25:24 AM

CASIS Issues Request for Information On 3D Microphysiological Systems for Organs-On-Chips Research on the International Space Station
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
6/17/2015 11:24:45 AM

PostBulletin.com: Former Cardio3 Launching $99M IPO in US and Worldwide- Based on Mayo Clinic Stem Cell Technology
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
6/17/2015 11:24:01 AM

​ BloombergBusiness: Nobel Laureate Shinya Yamanaka Allies with Takeda in Hunt for Blockbuster Drugs
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
6/17/2015 11:23:27 AM

Tech Times: Discovery of Vulnerability in Brain Tumor Stem Cells May Lead to Successful Brain Cancer Treatment
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
6/17/2015 11:22:25 AM

​ UGA Researchers Identify Unique Marker on Mom’s Chromosomes in Early Embryo- Study Able to Distinguish Chromosomes Inherited from Mom and Dad
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
6/17/2015 11:21:24 AM

​CCRM (Canada): New Company will Benefit Patients Undergoing Transplants for Leukemias
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
6/17/2015 11:20:17 AM

Researchers Develop New Technique for Modeling NIH: Neuronal Connectivity Using Stem Cells
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
6/17/2015 11:19:14 AM

​ NIH: A Patient’s Budding Cortex — in a Dish?
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
6/17/2015 11:17:58 AM

​RMF/GPI: World Stem Cell Summit & RegMed Capital Conference Weekly Update
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
6/17/2015 11:16:42 AM

​Scripps Florida Scientists Identify a Potential New Treatment for Osteoporosis
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
6/17/2015 11:13:44 AM

Blue Sky Science: How can we use stem cells to build tissues and organs?
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
6/17/2015 11:12:43 AM

Bin Ni (PI: Larry Schlesinger) was Recognized for her Excellent Research at the 2015 Department of Internal Medicine Clinician Scientist Trainee Research Day
posted by: MI&I News
6/12/2015 4:57:40 PM

Dr. Paul Stoodley of The Ohio State University was Interviewed by Cosmos Magazine
posted by: MI&I News
6/12/2015 1:55:09 PM

Juliet Varghese and David Gross awarded American Heart Association Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Awards
posted by: College of Medicine News
6/9/2015 2:37:41 PM

Drs. Jian Zhang, MD and Wael Jarjour MD of The Ohio State University Received a Grant to Examine Ways to Fight Lupus
posted by: MI&I News
6/4/2015 3:26:06 PM

Doctors Dan Wozniak and Chandan Sen Received Funding from the National Institute of Nursing Research for their Grant
posted by: MI&I News
5/26/2015 3:46:10 PM

WIRED: ‘Brain Balls’ Grown From Skin Cells Spark With Electricity
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
5/26/2015 1:19:27 PM

​UC San Diego: Human Stem Cell Model Reveals Molecular Cues Critical to Neurovascular Unit Formation
posted by: Regenerative Medicine News
5/26/2015 1:01:13 PM