Basic and Clinical Science Integrated Courses »

Basic and clinical science content is organized and integrated across eight sequential theme-based Master Courses and three Longitudinal Courses, with content threads which are organized and sequenced across the courses.
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Longitudinal Clinical Experience »

Students are directly involved in patient care from the beginning of medical school. The main goals of the LCE are to have students work together as a team for an extended period of time caring for patients under the guidance of healthcare faculty.


Clinical Clerkships »

A remodeled clerkship year begins earlier in the curriculum; includes integration across disciplines; provides opportunities for greater continuity for patients, teams and mentorship; and allows students the flexibility to explore career interests during "selectives."

Advanced Training Period »

The final months of medical school offer substantial flexibility for students to clarify their career choices, gain additional clinical experience through electives and sub-internships, participate in research, complete their thesis, prepare for boards, and apply for residency.
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MD/PhD Connections »

The new curriculum and MD/PhD students

Advances in Teaching Technology »

Yale School of Medicine is committed to exploring and using innovative teaching technologies to enhance learning and to meet the evolving needs of students.