The residency tracks serve as an optional adjunct to the residency curriculum and offer an opportunity for residents develop expertise in an area of interest. Each track has designated track mentors (in addition to project-specific mentors) and holds regular track meetings with all available members and mentors.
- Basic, Clinical and Translational Research
- Medical Education
- Global and Community Health
- Quality Improvement
In order to receive a track designation at the time of graduation, residents must meet the following requirements complete a scholarly project related to the certificate program with a resulting oral presentation, poster, abstract, or paper.