Education

The Division of Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology is involved in educational activities at many levels, including undergraduate medical education, training of Internal Medicine residents, a rheumatology fellowship training program, and participation in several themes of the UAB Graduate Biomedical Sciences Program.

 

The Division is home to four NIH-sponsored or AHRQ-sponsored T32 training grants which form the basis of three training programs:

 

The Division of Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology at UAB maintains an accredited Rheumatology Fellowship Program which, upon successful completion, confers eligibility for the certification examination in rheumatology provided by the American Board of Internal Medicine.


  Medicine Residency Rotations

  • Rheumatology Consultation Service
  • Block Month

 

 


  Undergraduate Medical Education

  • Musculoskeletal and Skin Module for Second Year Medical Students, Winn Chatham, MD, Director
  • Introduction to Clinical Medicine (ICM) Musculoskeletal Examination, Winn Chatham, MD, Director
  • Fourth year medical student rotations, Winn Chatham, MD, Director

Graduate Biomedical Sciences
Division Faculty participate in several of the interdisciplinary thematic programs constituted through the UAB Graduate Biomedical Sciences, including:

Several Division faculty members serve as mentors in the Medical Scientist Training (MD/PhD) Program

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