Internal medicine residents at Cedars-Sinai are strongly supported in their research efforts. In 2019–20, Cedars-Sinai brought in a total of $150 million in research funding and $113 million in federal grant awards, including over $90 million in grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). In addition, our impressive research infrastructure with active studies across internal medicine and its subspecialties gives our residents robust opportunities to collaborate with world-renowned physician-scientists and researchers.
Supporting Resident Research
Over the course of the three-year program, residents can devote up to 12 weeks of elective academic time to protected research and scholarly pursuits. Our academic research faculty members are highly productive and eager to work with house staff. Residents are strongly encouraged to submit and present their work at major regional and national scientific meetings, and each resident is provided $1,000 in educational funds per year. Residents, particularly those interested in pursuing an investigative career as a physician-scientist, are encouraged to meet with the co-directors of resident research for additional mentoring and support.
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