Students and Trainees

Academic Medical Center

UI Health Care is Iowa's premier academic medical center, the combination of the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine, UI Hospitals & Clinics, and UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital. We are the education home of students preparing for a variety of health care professions.

Office of Graduate Medical Education

Iowa's combination of dedicated faculty, nationally rated programs, outstanding facilities, top-tier salaries and benefits, and a livable university community make it a choice you'll want to consider. Our Office of Graduate Medical Education coordinates with residency directors in our academic departments to assist you with each step in the process of becoming a UI Hospitals & Clinics resident or fellow.

Medical Degree and Graduate and Professional Programs

In addition to the Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree program, the UI Carver of College offers a master's degree in medical education, the medical scientist training program, professional programs to prepare physician assistants and physical therapists, and master's and PhD programs in basic science departments.

Academic Departments in the UI Carver College of Medicine

You'll find links to residency program descriptions, faculty listings, and research activities for each of our academic departments.

Emergency Medical Training

Our Emergency Medical Services Learning Resources Center offers certification courses and refresher training.

Research Collaboration

UI Health Care researchers actively participate in research projects with colleagues throughout the world. Many of the activities of our researchers are coordinated through the services of the Institute for Clinical and Translational Science.

Medicine Iowa

Friends and alumni of the UI Carver College of Medicine receive the latest information about programs, faculty, reunions, research, and opportunities for support.

STEM Programs: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

STEM Education programs are designed for students in grades K-12 with the intent to inspire appreciation and excitement for science, technology, engineering, and math.