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Research in the School of Medicine

Driving Innovation & Furthering Patient Care

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Pioneering Investigations From Gene Targeting to Tissue Regeneration

From Nobel laureate Mario Capecchi’s landmark work in gene targeting to pioneering investigations in areas as diverse as neural interfaces and using stem cells to regenerate healthy tissue in diseased hearts, the University of Utah School of Medicine is internationally regarded for its innovative basic science and biomedical research. With almost $246.7 million in annual research funding, the School of Medicine also has earned a well-deserved reputation among physicians and scientists as a place where faculty and students can pursue creative and novel ideas in a collaborative and supportive environment.

Clinical Trials

As the only academic medical center in the Mountain West, our faculty provide patient care, teach, and perform research in a continuous effort to bring the latest medical advancements to the bedside.


Eccles Health Sciences Library

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Eccles Institute of Human Genetics

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Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah

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Nora Eccles Harrison Cardiovascular Research & Training Institute

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John A. Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah

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