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Area of Scholarly Concentration

The mission of the Area of Scholarly Concentration (AOSC) is to train students to perform a highly mentored project that culminates with the writing of a thesis.

In this program, students perform a hypothesis-driven investigation or formal project in a individualized area of independent study within biomedical research or a medically-related field. Areas of investigation include clinical investigation, translational medicine, global health, community and family health, medical humanities and the medical social sciences. These investigations will enhance students' abilities to identify and solve problems, encourage critical thinking and develop mentored relationships with faculty members.

To find out more, request a meeting with a course director or faculty adviser or explore teaching opportunities in this area.

Leadership

Craig B Langman, MD

Craig B Langman, MD

Course Director


312-227-6555

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Sean Lynge

AOSC Coordinator

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312-503-1763

Faculty Advisers

Chad Achenbach, MD, MPH

Chad Achenbach, MD, MPH

Global Health Research

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Anna Fishbein, MD

Anna Fishbein, MD

Clinical & Translational Research

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Shannon R Galvin, MD

Shannon R Galvin, MD

Global Health Research

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Anne Henkel, MD

Anne Henkel, MD

Translational Research

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Lisa R Hirschhorn, MD, MPH

Lisa R Hirschhorn, MD, MPH

Global Health Research

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David Johnson, PhD

David Johnson, PhD

Translational Research

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Jon W Lomasney, MD

Jon W Lomasney, MD

Translational Research

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Stephanie Rangel, PhD

Stephanie Rangel, PhD

Clinical Investigation and Translational Research

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Karen Sheehan, MD, MPH

Karen Sheehan, MD, MPH

Translational Research

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