The Academic Integrative Medicine (AIM) Fellowship was created in 2003 to tap into the array of educational resources available through the University of Wisconsin Integrative Medicine Program.

The Academic Integrative Medicine (AIM) Fellowship was created in 2003 to tap into the array of educational resources available through the University of Wisconsin Integrative Medicine Program. This fellowship is one of the few worldwide that allows participants to combine academic and Integrative Medicine interests into one overall two-year fellowship experience. The purpose? To create national – and international – leaders in Integrative Medicine.

As part of the AIM fellowship, fellows are enrolled in the intensive online Integrative Medicine curriculum made available through the University of Arizona. Fellows have been supported in the past by a grant through the University of Arizona Program in Integrative Medicine and through the support of an unrestricted educational grant offered by Standard Process, a Wisconsin-based supplement manufacturer.

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Contact information:
Adam Rindfleisch M.D.