Salt Lake City, Utah

Molecular Medicine Program

The University of Utah Molecular Medicine Program is housed in the Eccles Institute of Human Genetics.

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Physician Scientist dedicated to diversity and excellence.

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Expanding Research from the bench to the bedside.

 

U2M2: University of Utah Molecular Medicine Program

 

Welcome

 

U2M2 is the key multidepartmental and interdisciplinary engine for the clinical departments. U2M2 investigators have primary appointments in clinical departments and lead research programs that advance translational science by catalyzing the development, testing, and implementation of new diagnostics and therapeutics for a variety of human diseases and conditions. U2M2 is located in the Eccles Institute of Human Genetics alongside the Department of Human Genetics. U2M2 provides core faculty that lead the Research Education Core of the CTSA, the MD-PhD program, the Summer Medical Research program, the HHMI Med to Grad PhD track, the NIH Heart Failure Clinical Research Network and the Metabolism Interest Group. U2M2 directs the T-32 in Cardiovascular Research and the T-32 in Metabolism. These T-32s are integrated with the CTSA, MD-PhD program and the Med to Grad track and, as such, serve as templates for T-32s across the clinical and basic science departments.

 

 

 

 

Calendar of Events


Chalk Talk - Bala Ambati

December 4, 2012, 5:00pm - Room 6400. read more...

Chalk Talk - Peter Gruber

January 8, 2013, 5:00pm - Room 6400. Readmore...

Chalk Talk - Kevin Whitehead

February 5, 2013, 5:00 pm - Room 6400. Read more...

Chalk Talk - Amnon Schlegel

March 5, 2013, 5:00 pm - Room 6400 Read more...

What's Happening...

Dr. Stavros Drakos Awarded

ImageDr. Stavros Drakos awarded prestigious Doris Duke Clinical Scientist Development Award for his work studying heart disease. Read More...

New slides on Image Control training

ImageRecently U2M2 conducted a training session on image control by Diana Lim Read More...