When you join Wake Forest University School of Medicine — whether as a student, researcher, faculty member or employee — you become part of a vibrant and diverse community working to improve health and health care. Our state-of-the-art learning environment prepares students for an increasingly technology-driven field, and access to shared resources and a strong system of research support enables our researchers and faculty to accelerate discoveries into better preventative and treatment solutions for health.
But life isn’t all work and no play. The School of Medicine has several ways you can get involved, whether it’s with the Delivering Equal Access to Care (DEAC) Clinic, interprofessional training opportunities, student groups, or community involvement. The thriving Wake Forest Innovation Quarter community is home not only to education and research facilities but also housing, dining, entertainment and arts performances, networking and social opportunities, lectures and symposia. And if you really need to get away for a day, Winston-Salem’s central location offers a variety of easily accessible destination.