Dedicated to providing broad educational opportunities in the biomedical sciences, UConn Health offers degree programs in Medicine (M.D.), Dental Medicine (D.M.D.), and Biomedical Science (Ph.D.); Master’s Degree programs in Public Health and Dental Science; postdoctoral fellowships; residency programs providing specialty training for newly graduated physicians and dentists; and continuing education programs for practicing health care professionals.
Each year in Farmington, about 320 students work toward their Medical Doctor’s Degree and 160 toward their doctor of Medical Dentistry Degree. Admission to each school is highly competitive, but both schools offer preferential consideration to qualified Connecticut residents in their admissions policies. In the years since UConn Health graduated its first students in 1972, 1,132 men and women have received their D.M.D. degree; 2,436 their M.D. degree.
Through a variety of residency programs, the School of Medicine provides postgraduate training for more than 550 newly graduated M.D.s each year. These physicians come from all over the country to acquire advanced skills in fields such as the surgical specialties, internal medicine, and primary care.
The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services, part of the UConn School of Medicine, offers one of less than 40 postgraduate fellowships for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) in the United States. Due to The Center’s national reputation as a “Center of Excellence” acceptance to one of our 3 fellowship positions is very competitive. The Center has REI fellows as well as Ob Gyn residents and medical students participating in patient care.
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