The Larner College of Medicine Edupreneurship Office (COMEO)

As part of The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine Dean's Office, COMEO supports the mission of the College by helping departments and their faculty create and manage flexible, relevant learning opportunities that serve non-medical student learners. 

Why Edupreneurship?  (Education + Entrepreneurship)

The purpose of education is to support social progress. Entrepreneurship is the process of creating a new resource that generates value to others. Edupreneurship is the process of creating new ways to prepare people to contribute productively to society. 

New courses or programs must be proposed and approved by LCOM, the sponsoring department, and as needed UVM governance.  Please visit the web page for Curricular Review and Approval Processes.

Featured LCOM Courses and Programs 

Program Spotlights

Read the 3 Things You May Not Know About End-of-Life Doulas and about how they're filling a critical gap in end-of-life care. 

Learn about our educational partnership with UVM's Health Network.

Associate Dean for Public Health, Jan K. Carney, M.D., M.P.H., presented at the Fall 2017 Community Medical School on "Politics, Money & Science: Current Debates in Public Health & Health Policy". 


Jan Carney talk


COMEO Team Members

Dr. Jan Carney, Director

Matt Sayre, Senior Program Developer

Maggie Lambert, Senior Program Developer

Jessica Akey, Senior Program Developer

Additionally, MicroGradSM non-credit, online learning modules are in development.

Contact Us 

If you have any questions about COMEO please email