The Office of Medical Education Research and Development is the first continuously operating office of medical education in the country. OMERAD faculty and staff provide professional development for educators based on teaching and learning strategies that match the experiential goals of the Shared Discovery Curriculum, design and analyze data using multiple assessment metrics to provide information about student learning, coach medical students with learning strategies that support diverse student learners, create technology for teaching and learning, and advance scholarship in medical education through multiple methodologies. Evolving with contemporary needs and curriculum reform, the OMERAD faculty represent diverse research and teaching interests.