Welcome to the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine!
The GSM has a national reputation in education and is building research programs of national merit. As part of the University of Tennessee Health Science Centers in Memphis and Chattanooga, we are committed to provide statewide initiatives in medical and dental education as well as selected research endeavors. Our clinical partner, University Health System Incorporated, works with us to create the University of Tennessee Medical Center through which we provide the best medical care in the region.
Today the GSM is a growing enterprise of faculty and research with 190 residents and 200 faculty in 12 residency and 11 fellowship programs in medicine and dentistry. We offer medical student core M3 rotations and M4 electives. Our faculty and residents are some of the nation's finest. Educational and research opportunities are available with the main University of Tennessee (UTK) campus, the University of Tennessee School of Veterinary Medicine, and Oak Ridge National Laboratories.
Our campus prides itself that our faculty practice medicine and dentistry as well as teach. We strongly believe that patient care is still a priority, and that being a practicing doctor is essential to being a good educator.
I hope you find the information on this Web site beneficial. A contact is specified for each department. We look forward to providing you with further information.
James J. Neutens, Ph.D., FASHA
Dean, Graduate School of Medicine
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
News and Events
- Dr. Brian Reed Investigates Water Safety in the Smokies
UTGSM Research Seminar Features Sudden Cardiac Death in Young Athletes May 21
The University of Tennessee Medical Center Earns TNCPE Achievement Award
Research Seminar Focuses on Cytogenetics and Leukemia May 14
Preston Medical Library Faculty Continue Consumer Health Education in Africa
Preclinical Scientists Contribute to Groundbreaking Radiation Therapy Research
Faculty Participate in Leadership Development Program
Dean's Retreat Focuses on Moving Forward
Radiology Resident Dr. Samuel Porter Scores Best in Nation
CEPD Uses Focus Groups to Educate, Learn
Dentistry Receives Donation from Delta Dental to Support Specialized Dentistry
UTCOM Students Celebrate Match Day at Neyland Stadium
Faculty Recognized during UT Faculty Appreciation Week
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