Translating Discovery Into Health Equity

From the genetic epidemiology of cardiovascular disease in ethnic populations to the physiology of sleep disorders, Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) leads rigorous basic science, clinical, community health, and policy research to improve the health and well-being of people everywhere.

Our research portfolio in cancer, cardiovascular disease, neuroscience and HIV/AIDS, among other topics impacting underserved communities, is well-established with significant funding from leading research funders such as National Institutes of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 

In line with our mission, we are excited to foster the type of exploration that reduces and ultimately eliminates health disparities in this country.”
Sandra Harris-Hooker
Vice President & Executive Vice Dean

We lead and collaborate on initiatives to translate research discoveries into health equity by ensuring that every  project we undertake has an opportunity to move from the lab to the clinic to the community, applying out Tx TM philosophy. As a result, MSM scientists are also responsible for developing a range of innovative tools, including:

a woman presents her study at a Gloster Research event



At MSM, we aim to create a supportive and challenging environment for all of our faculty, staff, and students, as well as others in the broader scientific community aspiring to further cultivate their research portfolio with campus resources such as:

  • State-of-the-art labs and equipment 
  • Multidisciplinary research and collaboration opportunities
  • Bold and intentional integration between basic science research and clinical practices 

students work in a lab


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