The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville


The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine

The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine

The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine (UTGSM) has a national reputation in education and is building research programs of national merit. As part of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine, with campuses 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 UTGSM is a growing enterprise of faculty and research with 224 residents and approximately 430 faculty (both full-time and volunteer) in 11 residency and 10 fellowship programs in medicine and dentistry. We offer medical student core third year rotations and fourth 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.

Diversity at UTGSM

The UT Graduate School of Medicine had a winning entry in the UT Health Science Center Office of Equity and Diversity photo contest to show what diversity means to us. Medical education at UTGSM represents a variety of specialties, departments, levels of education, and years in practice. Our community also represents variety in age, gender and heritage. We are proud of the diversity that creates the UTGSM community. Pictured L-R are: Fredrick Harris, DDS, Dentistry PGY1 Resident; Laura Enomoto, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgical Oncology; Rajiv Dhand, MD, Chair of Medicine, Professor of Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care, and Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs; Alina Novoa, DO, Internal Medicine PGY3 Resident; and Mark Rasnake, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Internal Medicine Residency Program Director.

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