Duke University Internal Medicine
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|Duke University ABIM|
|Duke University Health System|
|Jennifer L. Averitt|
|Location||Durham, North Carolina, United States of America|
The Duke University Clinician-Investigator Training Track, which is a certified American Board of Internal Medicine Research Pathway, facilitates novel biomedical discoveries and promotes translation of this knowledge to therapeutics and patient care.
Duke is strongly committed to the career development of physician-scientists devoted to improving and revolutionizing modern therapeutics. The training track emphasizes rigorous clinical training to prepare its participants for fellowship entry after two years of residency training.
The Duke track is ideal for individuals interested in diverse and innovative research opportunities along with high quality clinical training. Our current and previous trainees have significant research experience with the majority holding combined M.D. and Ph.D. degrees though individuals with research fellowship such as a Howard Hughes or Sarnoff fellowship during medical school have also been successful. Most residents elect to stay at Duke for fellowship though this is not required. 
- Length of Program: Unknown
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- Overall Size: Unknown, ~40 students / year
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- Separate NRMP Code for Research Pathway: No, Same as categorical IM track, please indicate interest in this track on ERAS
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- Program Administrator: Jennifer L. Averitt, email@example.com
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- Program Website: Duke ABIM
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