Our graduate medical education (GME) programs emphasize world-class clinical skills, patient-centered care, scholarly work, the highest standards of professionalism, and professional and personal development. The College of Medicine offers 57 physician residency and fellowship programs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). More than 660 residents and fellows are currently training in specialty and subspecialty areas.
Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education
Jim A. Clardy, M.D.
With nearly 25 years of service in residency education, Dr. Clardy directs all aspects of graduate medical education in the College of Medicine. As associate dean, Dr. Clardy has concentrated on junior faculty development and educational research.
Contact Dr. Clardy: (501) 296-1159 | firstname.lastname@example.org