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The College of Medicine student research program is designed to provide students with training, tools, and mentorship opportunities that enable them to successfully conduct a rigorous, independent, and scholarly research project.

The central purpose of the Focused Inquiry & Research Experience (FIRE) program is to provide and facilitate opportunities for each student to directly experience and participate in scientific research that will enable them to develop skills of intellectual inquiry applicable to the practice of medicine. 

The curriculum will include training and tools to successfully develop a rigorous, independent, and scholarly research project. Research Mentors will oversee the creation (Year 1) and completion (Year 2) of the research project.

F.I.R.E. Students

2020-2022

2019-2021