HIV medicine is not the study of a single disease, but rather a compendium of knowledge that includes basic sciences, clinical sciences, behavioral sciences and social issues.
HIV medicine encompasses the full spectrum of experiences that a physician may confront in clinical practice from the subtleties of obtaining a proper sexual history to the difficulties of diagnosing and treating an opportunistic infection or a neoplasia in immunosuppressed patients.
The HIV medicine track offers:
- A practical and didactic 4 year curriculum in HIV medicine;
- An introduction to the principles of diagnosis and treatment of HIV infection and its complications; and
- An integral vision of HIV medicine including its scientific, clinical and psychosocial components.
- Pre-Medical Programs
First and Second Year Curriculum
Year Three Requirements
Integrated clinical experience core (ICE)
Problem-Based Learning (PBL)
Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)
- Enhanced Medical Education Tracks (EMET)
- Integrated clinical experience core (ICE)
- First and Second Year Curriculum
- Dual Degree
School of Allied Health Professions
- Graduate Medical Education
Continuing Medical Education
- Learning Facilities
- Student Organizations, Interest Groups, and Activities
New Student Orientation