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  • Morehouse School of Medicine offers a number of dual degree programs to help tailor advanced education to the individual's needs and interest.  The following describes each of the dual degree programs we offer:

    MD/PhD in Biomedical Sciences

    Exceptionally talented, research-oriented medical students may apply to study toward both MD and PhD degrees. Specialized training programs will be developed, on an individual basis, for exceptional medical students interested in pursuing a leadership career path in biomedical research, clinical research, and/or academic medicine. Through an individualized curriculum plan, there is a mechanism for medical students to obtain specialized research training and to earn a PhD degree in Biomedical Sciences in addition to their MD degree.

    For more information, contact the Admissions department at (404) 752-1650.

    MD/MPH Dual Degree Program

    To learn more about the MD/MPH dual degree program, contact our Admissions department at (404) 752-1650.

    MD/MSCR and MSCR/PhD Program

    PhD Graduate Students and Medical Students Interested in Clinical and/or Translational Research – Dual Degree Program
    The Research Education, Training, and Career Development (RETCD) program of the NIH-funded Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute (ACTSI) announces new opportunities for clinical and translational research training for PhD graduate students (MSCR/PhD predoctoral track). Students enrolled at Emory, Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) and Georgia Tech (GT) are eligible. The goal of the program is to provide novel training for PhD graduate students with outstanding potential for careers in clinical and/or translational research. This program includes tuition, book and stipend payments for one year while completing special MSCR training.

    Application Requirements: Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents. Applications must be submitted electronically and are due Feb 1. To apply to this program, complete an application to the MSCR program at MSM, found here. Follow all necessary steps as indicated on the website for applying to the MSCR Program.