Medical Education

About Medical Education at Brown

The Office of Medical Education oversees all aspects of the MD curriculum at Brown.

The Office of Medical Education a oversees the four-year, competency-based curriculum at The Warren Alpert Medical School. In addition, our office oversees the Doctoring program, service-learning and patient advocacy programs. Our office is also responsible for reviewing courses and faculty evaluations, and for carrying out the initiatives of the Medical Curriculum Committee. In addition, the OME ensures the continuous improvement and quality of The Warren Alpert Medical School curriculum.

The OME believes that all curriculum should be diverse, representative of our community, and inclusive of, but not limited to, those of all races, sexes, genders, ethnicities, and abilities. The OME will work with faculty and students to promote diversity and inclusion in its curriculum throughout the four year continuum in line with our anti-racism values at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.


To innovate, inspire, and promote an exemplary medical education program that serves our learners, the local community, and the wider population.   


To foster the growth of students, staff, and faculty through collaborative continuous quality improvement of an inclusive, visionary medical education program that graduates compassionate, highly skilled, and scholarly physicians who are dedicated to positively impacting people and society.

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Faculty and staff within the Office of Medical Education (OME) oversee classroom and clinical teaching and curricular innovation in undergraduate medical education.
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The Warren Alpert Medical School has several standing committees that focus on the various aspects of medical education.
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The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University requires that students, faculty, and staff review integral features of our academic and learning environments each year.
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