Categorical Program - This three-year comprehensive training pathway in Internal Medicine is for individuals destined for careers in either academic or community-based General Internal Medicine, and for individuals who will go on to seek subspecialty fellowship training. Each year the University of Michigan recruits a talented and diverse group of 44 trainees into the categorical program. The training is balanced between inpatient and ambulatory experiences and is broad-based, providing exposure to generalists, hospitalists and a wide variety of subspecialists. All of the training occurs in an academic environment, under the supervision of University of Michigan faculty members, and exposes the learners to cutting-edge technology and to world-class research. Learn more.
Primary Care Program
Primary Care Program - Residents in our Categorical Internal Medicine program can elect to participate in our Primary Care Program. Since this track is embedded within our traditional categorical training program, residents may elect to join this track either in their first or second year of residency training. Learn more.
Physician Scientist Program
Physician Scientist Training Program (PSTP) - The Department of Internal Medicine is highly committed to the development of academic physicians and physician scientists. The Physician Scientist Training Program is offered as an option for qualified candidates to receive training in the Internal Medicine Program for two years, followed by clinical and research training in a subspecialty fellowship program. All fellowship programs within the Department of Internal Medicine participate in this program and support it enthusiastically. Learn more.