At the University of Colorado School of Medicine, we educate physicians who are curious, life-long learners with a commitment to serve the profession, our patients, and society.
Our program guides students on the journey to improve movement, participation, health, and wellness for individuals and society through excellence in education, research, clinical care, and service.
The CHA/PA program is consistently ranked as one of the best PA programs in the country. It is a primary care program preparing graduates to provide comprehensive medical care for patients of all ages.
This training program provides rigorous training for students interested in a career in clinical medicine and basic science research.
The Office of Research Education (ORE) oversees basic science doctoral programs on the Anschutz Medical Campus.
This post-baccalaureate health professions one-year program offers college graduates access to science classes needed for graduate programs.
We offer an unparalleled clinical learning experience guided by Department of Anesthesiology faculty in this rigorous 28 month program.
This program provides graduate level training and teaching experience in the physical and virtual anatomical sciences. The curriculum integrates 3D computer imaging and modeling with human cadaver dissection, neuroanatomy, histology, and embryology.
We offer a 21-month program of graduate study with a comprehensive curriculum that combines in-depth didactic coursework in the scientific, clinical, psychosocial and professional practice aspects of genetic counseling with extensive, hands-on clinical experience in pediatric, prenatal, adult and specialty genetics clinics.
We offer support to prospective and current residents and fellows, program directors and coordinators, and anyone with an interest in Graduate Medical Education at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Our mission is to enhance physicians' knowledge, competence, performance, or patient outcomes through educational activities that are linked to practice and focused on health care quality gaps.