Special Opportunities

internal medicine

Community Medical Center strongly believes that medical students should be able to participate in research. In addition to clinical training, our training program will provide an introduction to hypothesis-driven research. Students will learn about literature searching, abstract preparation, critical appraisal, medical writing and basic biostatistical techniques like research design, descriptive statistics, data gathering, graphical display of statistical data, and selection of sample size under the guidance of research faculty. The purpose of research training is to understand how evidence-based knowledge relates to effective clinical practice. The goal is for every student to be part of a research project and present their research at a national conference.