Our success as a leading family medicine research group goes far beyond success in grant funding. We strive to foster a supportive and inclusive academic research environment. An atmosphere of evidence-based inquiry, rigor, and excellence pervades, and scholarly activities are encouraged and valued. Our faculty members hold editorial board and manuscript review positions on a wide range of academic research publications, including every major family medicine journal. 

As of April 14, 2020 our faculty’s research has been mentioned in:

  • 3,137 news stories in 44 countries, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, BBC News, and PBS.
  • 538 policy documents in 9 countries, including documents published by the CDC, World Health Organization, and the American College of Cardiology
  • 22,714 tweets in 141 countries

From Almetric report