Research in Family and Community Medicine

Poster presentation
Dr. Amimi Osayande, Assistant Program Director, and Dr. Kimberly Kone, Chief Resident, present their research at the annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine’s Practice Improvement Conference.

Research in the Department of Family and Community Medicine supports our educational, community service, and clinical care missions. Our faculty publish their own scholarly works, collaborate with other campus departments who wish to conduct primary care research in our clinical facilities, and mentor medical students and residents in our research training programs.

Learn more about selected faculty and resident research and scholarly activities. Research involving medical students and community partners can be found in the Community Health Section.