Summer Prefectorship
Summer Preceptorship 

Education is of the highest priority in the Department of Family Medicine, from our predoctoral and residency programs, to faculty development and continuing medical education.   

Our residency program is among the top programs in the nation today.  

As the Department has grown the number of fellowships has increased to include Academic, Geriatrics, Integrative Medicine, MD-MPH, Sports Medicine, and Women's Health.  

Our predoctoral program provides academic and clinical experiences across the four years of medical school, mentoring, elective courses, clinical preceptorships, and involvement in research.  

Faculty development and continuing medical education, are supported and promoted for all faculty members. 



October 1, 2015: Student Wins STFM Scholarship

September 25, 2015:  Student-Led “Vaccine Blitz” Increases Vaccination Rates and Students’ Interest in Family Medicine
Four M-4 students joined Margaret A. Riley, M.D., assistant professor, and Barbara D. Reed, M.D., M.S.P.H., in the development, design, implementation and evaluation of vaccine-blitz at a local school-based health center.

August 25, 2015: Learning to Lead: Co-Chief Resident Blogs at NEJM
In a blog entitled “Insights on Residency Training,” Gregory D. Shumer, M.D., co-chief resident, shares his thoughts on becoming a leader. 

August 6, 2015: Sports Medicine Fellow Wins Top Research Award

July 23, 2015: New Pap Smear Schedule Led to Fewer Chlamydia Tests
An original research project by a resident leads to an important publication and national news coverage.

June 29, 2015: Residency Team Welcomes New Interns at Annual Picnic 

June 15, 2015: Celebrating the Residency Class of 2015 

May 29, 2015: Residents Earn Competitive Grant 

April  17, 2105: Dr. Wong Joins Leadership Fellowship 

April 8, 2015: Dr. Skye Will Lead Students in U-M’s New M-Home  

March 24, 2015: Dr. Locke Writes CAM Blog Series  

March 20, 2015: Welcome Family Medicine Class of 2018  

March 18, 2015: Among the Nation's Best  

February 24, 2015: Dr. Singh Questions LCME Curriculum Change in STFM Blog Post