The Primary Care Program in Massachusetts General Hospital’s Internal Medicine Residency Program trains residents to provide standard-setting care for patients across the continuum of health, wellness and disease.

Mass General has been at the forefront of medical and scientific innovation. The research budget at Mass General exceeded $1B in 2019, making Mass General home to the largest hospital-based research program in the United States. While this alone affords one a wide array of options, a key feature of the Mass General Next-Gen Physician Scientist programs enables those who have not previously had expansive research opportunities previously or would like to learn new techniques/enter a different field to have protected research time.

  • The Mass General Next-Gen StARR’s mission is to train residents to be productive, independent physician-scientist who can advance medical science in regenerative medicine, cardiac and pulmonary biology from basic science to clinical investigation.
  • The Mass General Next-Gen PSTP’s mission is to train residents to be physician-scientist who can advance medical science in infectious diseases and immunology from basic science to clinical investigation.