MSM Welcomes New Class of Future Health Leaders

The first week of August brought some new faces to Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM)’s campus. MSM welcomed 74 new Master of Public Health (MPH) and Graduate Education in Biomedical Sciences (GEBS) students as they begin their paths towards degrees in health fields.

On August 2, the Master of Public Health students arrived on campus for orientation. The 32 members of the Class of 2019 hail from across the globe. They come from colleges as near as Spelman College, Clark Atlanta University, and Georgia State University in Atlanta, and as far away as Sir Syed Government Girls College in Karachi, Pakistan.

Students in the Graduate Education in Biomedical Sciences program began their orientation on August 3. A total of 42 students are pursuing degrees through the program. Half of the incoming students are seeking their Master of Science in Medical Sciences, 15 are pursuing a Master of Science in Clinical Research, four are entering the Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Science, and two students are enrolled in the Master of Science in Biomedical Research program. Additionally, four students are enrolled in the Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in Neuroscience program.

Learn more about how our MPH and GEBS programs prepare future health leaders.