Welcome to the Division of General Internal Medicine

The Division of General Internal Medicine is the largest of 10 divisions within the Department of Medicine, and it is the most diverse in terms of activities related to patient care, teaching, research, and administration. The Division contributes greatly to the School of Medicine's mission to provide high-quality education, patient care, and research by providing exemplary clinical and educational activities and a variety of research programs... learn more


The Division's major research foci include studies of comparative effectiveness and quality, women's health, prevention, health care disparities, mental health services, cost-effectiveness, decision making, and substance abuse. The Division works in collaboration with RAND-University of Pittsburgh Health Institute (RUPHI) to implement various research endeavors through the following institutes, centers, and sections:... learn more

Education and Training Programs

The Division has created several centers and institutes that guide and prepare a future generation of investigators and physician scientists to be at the top of their fields. These resources aim to educate and train researchers and clinicians throughout medical school, residency, fellowships, and faculty appointments.:... learn more

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