Saint Louis University School of Medicine (SLUSOM) is a private, American Medical School within Saint Louis University. Located in the city of St. Louis, Missouri, Saint Louis University School of Medicine was established in 1836 offers professional medical education for a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree. Additionally, the medical school offers MD/PhD, MD/MPH, MD/Masters, and MD/MBA dual degree programs and has the distinction of awarding the first M.D. degree west of the Mississippi River.
The School of Medicine offers students a comprehensive education that incorporates disease prevention and treatment with compassionate care delivered in a team setting. Importantly, our students and trainees are also involved in scientific studies so they are trained in the latest disease management techniques.
The school comprises about 700 medical students, 550 faculty members and 550 residents in 48 graduate medical education programs including residencies, subspecialty residencies and fellowships. The School is a pioneer in geriatric medicine, chronic disease prevention, cardiovascular disease, organ transplantation, neurosciences and vaccine research among others. It is a leading center of research in five key areas: cancer, infectious disease, liver disease, aging and brain disorders, and heart/lung disease.
It provides health services on a local, national, and international level while conducting medical research and training physicians and biomedical scientists of the future. Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital and Saint Louis University Hospital are the two main affiliated teaching hospitals of the school.
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