Faculty Research

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COM Faculty Research Interests

The College of Osteopathic Medicine sees research as a critical element of medical education and has developed a broad range of research opportunities in basic science, clinical, and interprofessional and medical education. It has developed a major strength in the research of pain funded by its internationally renowned Center of Excellence in Pain and Sensory Function. Areas of faculty research concentration include:

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Title
Best Medical Schools: Research
Source
U.S. News & World Report
Year
2022