Education

Dedicated to excellence in training tomorrow’s health professionals and biomedical researchers

 

What makes the UNC School of Medicine one of the nation’s leading public medical schools? An unwavering commitment to world-class patient care and groundbreaking research. We start by recruiting world-class faculty and top medical and graduate students. Our research faculty are leaders in their fields, dedicated to training graduate students to push the boundaries of basic and translational research. Our clinical faculty are committed educators who understand that their efforts culminate in medical students excelling in clinical practice. Our students are from highly diverse backgrounds who are aligned with our mission. With an incomparable faculty-to-student ration and a remarkable research and clinical infrastructure, the learning environment at the UNC School of Medicine is unlike anywhere else and allows us to prepare the research and healthcare leaders of the future.

Medical Education Building

Set to open in 2022, UNC School of Medicine’s new medical education building will grow the school’s statewide impact on the physician workforce and enhance the delivery of its cutting-edge curriculum to help Carolina reach its goal of being the nation’s leading public medical school.

#1
in Primary Care for Best
Medical Schools (US News)

94th
PERCENTILE

% of African American graduates

Among the
LOWEST
average debt for graduates thanks to generous public and philanthropic support

 

#1
nationally for total minority PhD completion in the biological and biomedical sciences

17
top-ranked NIH-funded
basic science and clinical departments

5
top-ranked Allied Health programs

Programs

Preparing medical professionals for a lifetime of excellence and service and researchers
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Bioscience training at the highest level
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Improving healthcare through the allied health sciences
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Earn a dual degree from one of the nation’s leading public schools of medicine
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Gain clinical elective experience through the UNC School of Medicine
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Increasing opportunities in the health professions for students from underrepresented backgrounds
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