Research Core Facilities and Departmental Shared Equipment resources are part of the research infrastructure and are located across the institution.
Bringing a public health perspective to our medical environment and identifying strategies to enhance public health and prevent disease through teaching, research and community outreach initiatives.
Explore the current collaborative and faculty research being conducted at Wake Forest School of Medicine.
Wake Forest School of Medicine conducts a variety of clinical trials through the BeInvolved program.
Dean's Research Symposia Series - Video series featuring our Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center investigators sharing bold thinking, latest discoveries and their passion to improve health.
Equity, Diversity and Community
At Wake Forest Baptist Health, diversity has always been one of our core values. Learn more about how we are taking action for change.
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Wake Forest School of Medicine will serve as one of six sites nationally for the study Empowering the Participant Voice: Collaborative Infrastructure and Validated Tools for Collecting Participant Feedback to Improve the Clinical Research Enterprise (PAR-19-099, 1-U01- TR003206).
How do we create a better mask? Philip Brown, PhD, assistant professor of Biomedical Engineering at Wake Forest School of Medicine is looking to do just that.
Learn about data research studies and how advanced computing gives us a head start in addressing unanswered questions about the characteristics of COVID-19 and the methodologies of treating it.
Wake Forest School of Medicine's cancer biology research team works to move cancer research forward, from cell culture to experimental animal models to human patients.
Wake Forest researchers are collaborating across the organization to combat the opioid crisis by investing in a range of programs and continuing rigorous research.
Researchers test noninvasive brainwave technology to see if it would help military veterans who report experiencing symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Scientists create micro-sized 3D organ structures on chip to test how organ systems react to aid drug development process.
In 2018, Wake Forest School of Medicine launched the Kennedy-Hopkins Scholars Mentor Program to improve the experiences of underrepresented minority residents and fellows through mentorship.
Health care is only becoming more complex; requiring leaders of all kinds. Learn why Wake Forest initiated two new master’s degrees to develop individuals to lead health care organizations and clinical research programs.
Bret Nicks, MD, former chief medical officer of Wake Forest Baptist Health, Davie, and program director of our Master's in Healthcare Leadership, shares leadership lessons learned during the initial response to COVID-19.
New initiative delivers learning for a lifetime to alumni
Procedural knowledge, interprofessional education and an entrepreneurial academic environment combine to create stellar learning culture throughout the school
Benefits of whole body donation go beyond anatomy lab to support educational needs and to enable experienced health care providers to learn and practice clinical skills and procedures
Edgar Marks, MD, was one of the first graduates of Wake Forest School of Medicine after it moved to Winston-Salem in 1941.
Two Wake Forest School of Medicine graduates discuss their experiences participating in an emergency medical services elective course.
Aarti Sarwal, MD, a researcher, clinician and educator, has a passion for dancing and collaborating with her colleagues, which helps her have a greater impact on future clinicians.
Joey Skelton, MD, a researcher, clinician and educator, has a passion for food and keeping children healthy, leading to groundbreaking work in pediatric obesity.
Chris Miles, MD, a researcher, clinician and educator at Wake Forest School of Medicine, has a passion for the medicine of exercise, leading to groundbreaking work to make sports safer.
Dedication and focus are second nature to Jordan Pearce, a former professional hockey player and medical student.
Lawrence Sugden has traded in his combat gear and the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq for textbooks and the halls of Wake Forest School of Medicine.
Atrium Health and Wake Forest Baptist Health Combine, Create Next-Generation Academic Health System
Wake Forest Baptist First in U.S. to Enroll Patients in Innovative COVID-19 Trial