Welcome to the Physician Scientist Training Program (PSTP) at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Our mission is your success as a physician/scientist.
The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine has a rich tradition of scholarship and our physicians and scientists were responsible for securing over $95 million in research funding in 2018. The staff within the Department of Internal Medicine (DOIM) is actively involved in independent and collaborative research projects throughout the College of Medicine and train dozens of students, residents and fellows in basic and translational research projects every year.
The physicians in the DOIM care for patients and train medical students, residents and fellows at University of Cincinnati Medical Center and UC College of Medicine. We have highly qualified and enthusiastic mentors available for our program in general Internal Medicine as well as our subspecialties including: Immunology, Allergy and Rheumatology; Infectious Diseases; Hematology Oncology; Pulmonary; Nephrology; Cardiology; Gastroenterology and Endocrinology.
Our physicians provide care to the most complex clinical cases in the community; performing inpatient and outpatient services and procedures at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, VA Medical Center, Drake Hospital and West Chester Hospital.
The PSTP is committed to training the most talented physicians for a career in academic medicine by harnessing the strengths of our research and clinical faculty. We offer a purposefully flexible program that will ensure that our graduates possess excellent clinical and research skills that will make them highly competent physicians and strong researchers with the ability to initiate and maintain independent research programs.
If you are interested in applying to our program or have any questions please contact me directly at Jack.Rubinstein@uc.edu.
Thank you for your interest.
Jack Rubinstein, MD FACC
Physician Scientist Training Program