Here, future physicians become leaders ready to transform health.
At Dell Medical School — one of the newest fully accredited medical schools at a top-tier U.S. research university — students gain the core competencies to practice modern medicine while also learning how to become better leaders, communicators, partners and caregivers. Training includes a focus on value-based health care, team-based learning, space for self-discovery, expanded clinical opportunities, engagement with community partners and more.
This shift in the way doctors are educated equips students with the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to transform the health care system and improve outcomes locally.
Experience Life at Dell Med
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Developed to train a new kind of physician, Dell Med’s signature curriculum incorporates Essentials, Delivery, Growth and Exploration (EDGE).
Medical students and health professionals from around the world can engage in training opportunities facilitated by Dell Med.
Dell Medical School is seeking individuals who are interested in transforming health care. Are you one of these future physician leaders?
As a new medical school at a top-tier research university, we are uniquely positioned to rethink medical education. You can be a part of this revolution.
Dell Medical School partners with Ascension Seton to provide formative clinical experiences in a range of specialties, including a common curriculum — Advancing Care Transformation.
Creating a New Kind of Doctor
Michelle Bach, Dell Med Class of 2024, dedicated her Growth Year to researching and advocating for those with painful dermatologic conditions.
Learn about Dell Med’s newest students — future physician leaders ready to learn how to transform health at every level, from patients to populations.
Alia Pederson, Class of 2026, reflects on lessons in humanity and healing learned during her first year of medical school.
Dell Med’s latest graduating students matched to residencies across the country, marking their growth as future physician leaders.
As a Dell Med student, Rachel Boaz Gorham helped the Livestrong Cancer Institutes clinical team measure and improve the patient experience in ways that go far beyond disease management.
During his fourth-year at Dell Med, Akhil Surapaneni helped care for patients with brain tumors through clinical rotations, while also investigating novel therapies to restore their functional abilities.
Dell Med student Arjun Srivastava is passionate about building a career in psychiatry through research and community outreach.