LGBT Medical Education Research Group

Constituency: Med students; Residents/Fellows; Faculty
Office: Office of Medical Student Affairs

The LGBT Medical Education Research Group's mission is to be a significant contributor to the field of LGBT health by creating and communicating new knowledge through innovative research, influencing health and educational policies, and advocating for LGBT patients and providers.

 


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