Carver College of Medicine programs

The Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine is a highly ranked medical school where students learn to become accomplished clinicians and top-flight researchers and educators.

Graduate medical education

Our residency and fellowship training programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Because your mentors are practicing in an academic medical center, you'll be exposed to rich opportunities to combine clinical and research expertise in a setting that specializes in graduate and professional training in all of the health sciences.

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Continuing medical education

Our vision is to achieve the highest quality patient outcomes through our commitment to educational excellence and lifelong learning.

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STEM education

We work to nurture the next generation of scientists and engineers through active STEM programming at the elementary and jr. and sr. high grade levels.

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Other educational programs

UI Health Care Tours

People of all ages, and young students in particular, receive a first-hand introduction to the research, teaching, and care missions of UI Health Care through tours and related activities.

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Nuclear Medicine Technology

Nuclear medicine technology is the medical specialty concerned with the use of small amounts of radioactive material for diagnostic, therapeutic, and research purposes. It is a vigorous, dynamic field that has grown phenomenally over the years and is expected to continue to grow in the future.

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Radiation Sciences

The Radiation Sciences Programs at the University of Iowa provide graduates with an exceptionally comprehensive education in the areas of diagnostic medical sonography, radiation therapy, radiologic technology, MRI, CT, and cardiovascular interventional imaging. Our unique curriculum provides students with a dual-competency professional education which leads to our graduates being aggressively recruited for their skills and strong clinical experiences.

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Perfusion Technology

The Perfusion Technology Education Program started at Iowa in 1992. Our graduates are now spread across the country working in private hospitals as well as academic institutions.

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Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences

The Orthoptic Training Program at the University of Iowa is the longest running program in the nation. The program and students have received the Scobee National Award for highest achievement on board exams several times.

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