Lilly and IU School of Medicine Partner on Rotation Program for Medical Students

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Through a partnership with Lilly USA, third- and fourth-year medical students from IU School of Medicine are learning about drug development and how the many physicians working at Lilly play different and important roles in bringing new and innovative medicines to patients.

Through a partnership with Lilly USA, third- and fourth-year medical students from IU School of Medicine are learning about drug development and how the many physicians working at Lilly play different and important roles in bringing new and innovative medicines to patients. 

The Medical Student Rotation Program is a four-week experiential learning program. Through real-world projects and workshops, the students become directly involved with various departments within Lilly, such as research, clinical trial development, medical affairs, regulatory, bioethics, and patient safety. The rotation program is designed around a student-centric curriculum and is guided by experienced, knowledgeable mentors at Lilly who help students explore drug development and diverse career options in healthcare. Through these experiences, students learn about the pharmaceutical industry and its place in the practice of medicine.

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