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Scholarly Inquiry is intended to provide medical students with skills and experience that they need to become critical consumers and producers of medical knowledge.

Jefferson medical students select one of the Scholarly Inquiry tracks in late October of their first year (with an option to switch into a different track at the end of their second or third year). Within each track, students receive training in a wide range of research domains and topics, and complete self-directed scholarly projects under the supervision of faculty mentors.

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Clinical and Translational Research (CTR)

Design (DES)

Digital Health (DH)

Healthcare Systems (HS)

Health Policy (HP)

Humanities (HUM)

Medical Education (ME)

Population Health Research (PHR)