Morehouse School of Medicine News Center
Damar Hamlin's Collapse Shows the Elevated Risk for Heart Failure Among Black Athletes
JANUARY 10, 2023 - In one study of deaths related to heart failure, Black athletes were nearly five times more likely to die than white athletes.
Buffalo News Opinion: Inequities in Mental Health Care Are Shocking and Deep-Rooted
JANUARY 3, 2023 - Satcher Health Leadership Institute study found lapses in mental health care cost an estimated 117,000 lives and approximately $278 billion.
Short on Community Health Workers, a County Trains Teens as Youth Ambassadors
JANUARY 3, 2023 - Using a curriculum designed by Morehouse School of Medicine, Fairfax County, Virginia is turning to a new generation of community health workers.
MSM's "Danforth Dialogues" Features CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky
DECEMBER 20, 2022 - MSM President and CEO Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice and Dr. Walensky talk about leadership styles, the COVID-19 pandemic and health disparities.
MSM Celebrates 81 Graduates at Second Winter Commencement
DECEMBER 20, 2022 - Historically Black Medical School confers master's and doctoral degrees during on-campus ceremony marking end of semester.
MSM Named Second-Best Online Master's in Biotechnology Degree
DECEMBER 19, 2022 - Recognition by Intelligent.com includes ranking as best HBCU program in the United States.
CDC Director Says Diversity Is Essential to The Future of Health Care
DECEMBER 19, 2022 - Dr. Rochelle Walensky speaks with MSM President and CEO Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice for Danforth Dialogues podcast.
NAACFRC, Compassionate ATL Launch Partnership to Improve Lives of Black Families
DECEMBER 16, 2022 - The organizations aim to incite positive change among Black families in the region, state and beyond by prioritizing Black voices and experiences within the community and changing the narrative regarding poverty and government assistance.
When Black Psychiatrists Reach Out to Teens of Color
DECEMBER 13, 2022 - In Atlanta, a team of mental health experts is bringing care to adolescents whose needs often go unaddressed and misunderstood.
Georgia Trend: Catching Up with Valerie Montgomery Rice, MD
DECEMBER 5, 2022 - Macon-born Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice, a researcher and infertility specialist, has been at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) since 2011. She - and MSM - are committed to the creation and advancement of health equity.
Billye Aaron Pavilion Announcement
MSM 40th Anniversary Celebration