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Pre-Med Outreach Program

If you’re considering a career in medicine, we can help you learn more about the health professions through our intensive camps. If you’ve already decided on a career in medicine, our MedPrep workshops can prepare you to be a competitive medical school applicant.


Graduate medical education is one of the central missions of the MU School of Medicine, and we offer training in virtually all fields of medicine. Learn about our residency and fellowship programs.

Rural Track Pipeline Program

The Area Health Education Centers program was developed by Congress in 1971 to identify, motivate, recruit, train and retain a health care workforce committed to underserved populations through community-based interdisciplinary training programs.


Sheila Marushak

Program Director


Shelden Clinical Simulation Center

The Russell D. and Mary B. Shelden Clinical Simulation Center offers programs to improve patient care and safety, explore new research opportunities, and provide lifelong learning experiences to health professionals in all areas of care.


1 Hospital Drive, CSE CE626, DC0018.00
Columbia, MO 65212


ThinkFirst Missouri

The mission of ThinkFirst is to prevent traumatic injuries through education, research and policy. The award-winning programs of ThinkFirst educate people, especially high-risk young people, about their vulnerability to brain and spinal cord injury, common causes of these injuries, and how to prevent them.


ThinkFirst Missouri
Rusk Rehabilitation, Room 1247 
315 Business Loop 70 W 
Columbia, MO 65203


University Physicians

University Physicians is mid-Missouri’s largest multi-specialty group. With more than 600 physicians trained in more than 80 specialties and subspecialties, our physicians staff MU Health Care's hospitals and clinics and provide world-class care in mid-Missouri.



Women in Medicine and Medical Sciences

The mission of Women in Medicine and Medical Sciences (WIMMS) is to advance the full and successful participation and inclusion of MU women in all roles within academic medicine.


Alisa Hayes