The high caliber of ongoing research by faculty in the School of Medicine has been validated through several forms of national peer review. Much of the current research is funded by the NIH or other national granting agencies. Moreover, our medical and graduate students annually win an array of national and regional awards based on their presentations and research accomplishments. We are proud of the great accomplishments of our faculty, fellows and students and look forward to continued success and growth in biomedical research.
There are opportunities for trainees at many levels to participate in research in the School of Medicine. Postdoctoral fellowships are available in multiple basic science departments. These positions can be searched at https://careers.creighton.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1210953568380. Opportunities for pursuing advanced research degrees can be accessed by consulting the graduate school. Opportunities for undergraduate and professional students to participate in faculty research projects can often be obtained by contacting individual faculty members directly. Many undergraduate students also participate in research projects by selecting a basic science department for their work study commitment.