Chad Grueter portraitThe Department of Medicine has a long tradition of conducting rigorous and groundbreaking biomedical and clinical research. We foster a departmental culture that prizes scientific pursuit and a deep commitment to nurturing physician scientists. Nearly half our faculty engages in research in a wide variety of areas that includes diabetes, lymphoma, inflammation, viral pathogenesis, bio-defense, epithelial biology, gene therapy, vascular and myocardial biology, antibiotic resistance, clinical trials, and health services research. We invite you to explore these pages to learn more about the exciting discoveries continually being made in Internal Medicine.


Chad Grueter, PhD
Vice Chair for Research
Associate Professor of Internal Medicine

The Department of Internal Medicine is home to more than 150 investigators, covering wide-ranging projects and focus areas.

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