Cardiology – heart
Child and adolescent psychiatry
Clinical and laboratory immunology
Critical care medicine
Dermatology – skin
Emergency medicine/traumatic injury
Endocrinology – glands
Gastroenterology – digestive system
Hematology/oncology – blood, cancer
Medical toxicology – poisons, toxins
Neonatal-perinatal medicine – newborns
Nephrology – kidneys
Neurodevelopmental disabilities – nervous system/brain
Otolaryngology – ear, nose and throat
Pathology – study of disease
Pulmonology – lungs, asthma, allergies
Rheumatology – joints and connective tissue
Clinical applications of research projects include vaccines for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (AIDS), Hepatitis C and otitis media.
Molecular Oncology is developing new ways to detect and treat cancer as well as study genes that control cancer cells.
Researchers in molecular medicine are working on ways to place the correct gene into patients who have the defective gene.
Human and Molecular Genetics is studying how certain childhood diseases are inherited by deciphering specific sequences of DNA.
Vascular and Cell Biology study chemicals that send "messages" to specific cells and cause them to react in a predetermined way.