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Division of General Internal Medicine

The Division of General Internal Medicine at Rush University Medical Center is active in multiple clinical trials, as well as educational and clinical operational research. These endeavors are tied to the core belief that our activities should focus on improving patient care either through optimizing clinical outcomes or training and developing excellent general internists.

The division is academically active and growing. There are over 50 full-time faculty members who do research and provide a considerable amount of education to medical graduates, medical students and other health care trainees. We provide care at over 10 clinical sites across Chicago and its western suburbs. We are constantly trying to expand our academic, educational and clinical footprint and eagerly collaborate within and outside of Rush Medical College.

Our people

Dan Dunham, MD, is the division chief for general internal medicine. He has experience in educational research as well as operational and quality improvement. 

Several faculty members are actively involved in graduate medical education and research. Included among them are:

Crane is also the director of global health at Rush Medical College.

Other faculty who are actively involved in medical student education and research include:

Faculty who have experience in clinical trials include: