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Research and the basic sciences are a big part of what UChicago Medicine is all about. We are constantly searching for cures for some of the most debilitating diseases people face.
University of Chicago is a unique place, where the clinical care is closely coupled-- it's on the same campus-- as the basic-science research.
UChicago Medicine has always been different. Our scientists constantly question and look for other, better ways of doing things.
As long as you're smart, and you're hard working, and their ideas are good, even though they're unconventional, give them a chance. We don't assume they're correct, obviously.