Resources & Opportunities

For Faculty

Office of Faculty Affairs and Faculty Development. Comprehensive guide to faculty life at the University of Michigan Medical School.

Office of Research. Research faculty policies and procedures.

Third Century Initiative. Our interprofessional health education and collaborative care project.

Faculty Profiles. Stories about faculty from across Michigan Medicine.

For M.D. Students

Interprofessional Clinical Experience. Medical students meet patients and their families within first week of school and work with health care providers from other professions.

Doctoring Course. Students focus on developing doctoring skills throughout all four years of med school with same faculty and small group of 10-12 students.

Interprofessional Education Center. Brings together students, faculty and staff from all nine health profession schools on three campuses to integrate health professions education with collaborative practice.

Community-Based Training. Community agencies located throughout Ann Arbor and southeastern Michigan provide our students with exposure to a diverse population as well as exposure to urban and rural environments, and underserved patient populations.

Student-Run Free Clinic. Dedicated to providing quality health care services uninsured patients in Livingston County. Now teaming up with students and faculty from the School of Nursing and School of Dentistry to expand on primary care services available.

Global REACH. Facilitates and promotes international research and clinical rotation experiences for med students in all four years.

Taubman Health Sciences Library. Five levels of dedicated learning space for medical and graduate students centered on collaboration, skill building and reflection.

Emergency Critical Care Center. First of its kind in the country, EC3 features state-of-the-art devices, monitors, and data collection systems in an effort to improve access to timely high quality critical care in the Adult Emergency Department.

Clinical Simulation Center. Supported by 15 units to provide comprehensive, risk-free training for students, residents and faculty with state-of-the-art adult, pediatric, procedural and surgical simulators.

For Residents & Fellows

U-M House Officers Association. The HOA represents and advocates for member physicians. Perks and services include a housing website, social gatherings, discussion forums, mental health programs and discounts. The house officers contract is also available on the website.

U-M Office for Health Equity & Inclusion. Career development services, support for conference travel, mentoring opportunities, and other professional development.

U-M Human Resources. Information on benefits eligibility and benefits packages.

Research Support. Core resources, funding sources, trainee groups, and other support for researchers and fellows.