== Program Description ==
The Physician Scientist Training Program (PSTP) in the Department of Internal Medicine is a post-graduate training program intended to produce clinically trained scientists with interests ranging from basic to translational to clinically oriented research. The program accepts qualified applicants who have completed combined MD-PhD degrees (or an MD degree with significant research training) into a program that includes both clinical training and post doctoral research.
== Program Information ==
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* Length of Program:
** Residency: Two or three years. Participants are able to pursue the American Board of Internal Medicine's Research Training Pathway (i.e. "Short Track") which allows qualified candidates to begin their subspecialty fellowship training in lieu of their third year of residency.
** Fellowship: Varies, based on program and individual interests.
* Separate NRMP Code for Research Pathway: Interested applicants
should apply using the NRMP code 1732140C1 for the Categorical-Research Internal Medicine, but must use the Categorical Medicine NRMP code (1732140C0) for ranking.* Benefits: http://medicine.utah.edu/gme/ * Career Development Opportunities: Types of mentorship, grant writing/ funding opportunities, Additional funds for conferences requiring travel, etc
** There are also a number of non-ACGME fellowship training programs.
== Contact Information ==