The UC College of Medicine, founded in 1819 by medical pioneer Daniel Drake, MD, is one of the oldest medical schools in the nation.
From graduate degrees to continuing education, the college offers a broad spectrum of educational opportunities.
In 2011, the University of Cincinnati and its affiliates earned more than $418million research funding. The UC College of Medicine was responsible for securing $292.7 million of that total and is ranked 19th among public medical schools and 42nd among all medical schools for National Institutes of Health funding.
The College of Medicine features 26 academic departments, offering clinical, education and research opportunities.
The Cincinnati Diabetes Obesity Center develops research and treatment programs for types 1 and 2 diabetes, as well as complications of diabetes and obesity.
The UC Cancer Institute focuses on disease-based centers of excellence to offer a multidisciplinary approach to cancer care, education and research.
The UC Heart, Lung and Vascular Institute builds upon its nationally known cardiovascular diseases discoveries to make significant contributions to research, education and patient care.
The UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute provides advanced evidence-based treatment and active research of complex neurological conditions.
The Center for Integrative Health and Wellness promotes the value of treating the whole person and works to provide evidence-based wellness initiatives across the Academic Health Center and into the community through education, research and clinical care.
The College of Medicine has identified four institutes in which we have outstanding quality, a track record of success, opportunities for funding and ability to advance translational research and deliver high-quality personalized care.
The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine is known for its strong educational programs. From medical degrees to summer research programs, the College of Medicine offers some of the most innovative and captivating science and research opportunities in the nation.
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