Dr. Martha Elks Speaks With NPR About Gender Matriculation in Medical School

Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) Senior Associate Dean of Educational Affairs Dr. Martha Elks speaks with NPR about the historical first of more women than men being enrolled in U.S. medical schools. Dr. Elks discusses the need for balance and how MSM is working to address the lack of African-American men enrolling in medical schools.

Click here to read the full article and listen to the interview on WABE.org.


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