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.
Discover the various training opportunities available through Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine
A one-week course, taught by prominent experts, provides attendees a foundation in this exciting field through lectures, presentations and special hands-on workshops.
Aiming to give practical research laboratory experience to complement the biotechnology courses offered through the curriculum for Forsyth Tech students.
Offering high school students an experience in regenerative medicine with cutting-edge biomedical research, tools and technologies, educational and career opportunities in a team-based environment
Offering traditional didactic coursework, training activities, participation in cutting-edge research projects, grant writing, and scientific presentations through an NIH grant.
Offering undergraduate students an opportunity to engage in exciting, multidisciplinary research firsthand at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, the interface of engineering and biology.
Enabling international scientists, clinicians and physician-scientists to participate as Visiting Scholars, working with more than 450 scientists and staff
One-on-one training in practical microsurgery basic level techniques directed to surgeons with a focus on nerve repair nd tissue transplantation.