Medicine

  • At the forefront of care and discovery

    The 10-story “hospital for the future” serves as the new core of the campus of the University of Chicago Medicine

Combining compassionate patient care and groundbreaking medical and biological research, the University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences Division are at the forefront of facing the world’s most pressing medical challenges.

Medicine

The University of Chicago medical campus includes Comer Children’s Hospital, Bernard A. Mitchell Hospital for adult inpatient care, Chicago Lying-in Hospital, and the Duchossois Center for Advanced Medicine, as well as outpatient locations throughout the Chicago area.

Biological Sciences Division

The Biological Sciences Division’s mission is to discover and create new knowledge of living systems, to preserve and communicate knowledge through education, and to nurture and sustain a community of scholars.

The Division is unique in that no other American university combines the delivery of undergraduate biological sciences education with graduate, medical, and postgraduate education.