Medical education at the Duke University School of Medicine includes programs that train medical students, residents and fellows, research scientists and post-doctoral fellows, physical therapists, physician assistants and pathologist assistants.
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Program
Consistently ranked as one of the top ten programs in the country, Duke’s medical school curriculum is unique, exciting, and research-oriented.
Ph.D. Programs in Biomedical Sciences
The Biosciences Graduate Programs offer interdisciplinary graduate programs in basic sciences and involve students in cutting-edge research. Learn more.
The Medical Scientist Training Program is a dual-degree program -- medical students continue their studies with additional research and earn both an M.D. and a Ph.D. Learn more.
Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School in Singapore
Duke has partnered with the National University of Singapore to offer an American-style medical (M.D.) education through the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore. Learn more.
Residency and Fellowships
Duke’s graduate medical education (GME) training programs offer outstanding mentors, facilitators and clinical and research opportunities. Learn more.
Graduate Health Profession Programs
Duke is a leader in training other medical professionals integral to today's health care system.
Continuing Medical Education (CME)
Duke faculty and physicians can get CME training here.
To learn more about nursing education, visit the Duke University School of Nursing.