What impact will your education have on the world?
A medical education at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA is about more than just learning.

Our medical students, trainees, and postdocs care for local communities, make discoveries in the lab, and form lifelong bonds — all while gaining the skills they need to change the face of health and advance our commitment to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.

Medical Students

A dynamic new curriculum, a range of articulated and concurrent medical degree programs, and once-in-a-lifetime learning experiences spanning diverse training environments empower medical students to fulfill and expand their potential.

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Medical Residents and Fellows

Renowned training sites, diverse Los Angeles populations, and robust residency and fellowship program opportunities give future health leaders and outstanding clinicians the experiences they need to thrive anywhere.

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Graduate Trainees

Our PhD programs allow trainees to reinforce clinical and/or basic science acumen while also immersing themselves in training and research catered to specific areas of interest while working together in the laboratories of world-renowned investigators.

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Postdoctoral Scholars

Postdoctoral scholars hone their independent research skills and pursue their career goals by taking advantage of the resources, professional development opportunities, and scientific community available in Biomedical, Life, and Health Sciences at UCLA.

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Center for Continuing Professional Development

Explore courses designed to help medical professionals maintain and upgrade clinical skills and knowledge, remain current with basic science research, and foster professional development in procedural skills. Formerly known as UCLA CME, or UCLA Continuing Medical Education.

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