Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Northwestern University

Faculty Scholars Program

learning.jpgThe Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Northwestern University offers the Faculty Scholars Program (FSP) – an evidence-based, experiential approach to integrative medicine. Join us for this 9-month, interdisciplinary approach to current clinical practices, scientific research and thought-leadership at the forefront of IM.

This program is an in-depth exploration of integrative approaches presented by experts in the field with a focus on pain management, mental health, and food as medicine.

“This was one of the most significant personal and professional experiences of my life. The thoughtfulness of the structure, the readings and the lectures have been tremendous – one as good as the next and each opening up a new door.” –FSP Alumnus

The purpose of the Faculty Scholars Program is to enhance the resources that can be devoted to teaching, clinical service, and research in the emerging field of integrative healthcare. Participants in the program will be expected to advance knowledge in integrative health in their respective schools, colleges, and departments.