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Fourth Year
(Clinical & Basic Science Electives)
(Note: The Brody School of Medicine Curriculum is subject to change)

The fourth year is composed of 36 weeks of electives in the clinical and basic sciences. In concert with a faculty advisor, students select an individual curriculum that includes: two months of primary care experiences, one month of required surgery, one month of required medicine, one month of the Transition into Residency selective, and four months of electives. For additional information, see the Brody School of Medicine Catalog of Selectives. (The listing of selectives is available at the Student Affairs Web site:

Clinical Gross Human Anatomy


Acting Internship in Cardiology Inpatient
Cardiac Intensive Care Unit
Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery
Clinical Cardiology
Pediatric Cardiology
Primary Care Medicine and Cardiology in Nicaragua

Educational Courses
Personal and Professional Financial Management
Transition into Residency

Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine

Family Medicine
Acting Internship in Geriatrics
Advanced Family Medicine-Family Practice Center
Community Oriented Primary Care
Inpatient Acting Internship in Family Medicine
Nutrition and Patient Education/Ambulatory Care
Sports Medicine

Internal Medicine
Acting Internship-Hematology/Oncology Inpatient
Acting Internship-General Internal Medicine
Acting Internship-Nephrology
Acting Internship-Neurology Inpatient
Adult Infectious Diseases
Clinical Research in Pulmonary Diseases
Critical Care Medicine
Endocrinology and Metabolism
General Internal Medicine-VA Medical Center
General Internal Medicine-VA Outpatient Clinic
Pulmonary Diseases-Outpatient

Internal Medicine/Pediatrics
General Outpatient Internal Medicine/Pediatrics

Medical Humanities
Electives in Medical Humanities
History of Medicine
Introduction to Healthcare Delivery & Policy
Introduction to Law and Medicine
Introduction to Social Medicine
Issues at the End of Life
Leadership of Teams and Medical Practice
Literature and Medicine
Philosophy and Medicine
Spirituality and Medicine
Women in Medicine

Obstetrics and Gynecology
Acting Internship in Gynecology
Community Obstetrics and Gynecology
Global Health in Guatemala
Perinatal Medicine
Research in Reproductive Physiology
Women’s Health Elective

Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Forensic Pathology

Acting Internship in Pediatric Wards
Acting Internship in Hematology/Oncology
Acting Internship in Ambulatory Pediatrics
Acting Internship in Neonatology
Adolescent Medicine
Caring for Children with Special Health Care Needs
Critical Care/PICU
Current Issues in Clinical Genetics
Normal Newborn Medicine
Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Pediatric Neurology

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Acting Internship in Pediatric Rehabilitation
Ambulatory Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Clinical Neuroscience
Geriatric Rehabilitation
Introduction to Rehabilitation Medicine

Psychiatric Medicine
Acting Internship-Inpatient Psychiatry
Child and Adolescent Inpatient Psychiatry (AI)
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Consultation & Liaison Psychiatry
Eclectic Psychiatry
Outpatient Psychiatry
Substance Abuse Disorders

Diagnostic Imaging Radiology

Acting Internship in General Surgery
Acting Internship in Trauma Surgery
Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Surgical Critical Care
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