Morehouse School of Medicine News Center
Experts Warn of Racial Disparities in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Long Covid
APRIL 6, 2022 - It has long been clear that Black Americans have experienced high rates of coronavirus infection, hospitalization, and death throughout the pandemic. But those factors are now leading experts to sound the alarm about what may come next: a prevalence of long Covid in the Black community and a lack of access to treatment.
MSM Launches New Research Trial to Study COVID-19 Variant Vaccine Regimens
APRIL 4, 2022 - MSM is One of 24 Sites Across the U.S. Participating in the National Institutes of Health Clinical Trial.
"The State of Black America and COVID-19" Details Health Care Inequities in Black Community During Pandemic
MARCH 29, 2022 - Black Coalition Against COVID (BCAC), Including Morehouse School of Medicine, Outlines How Existing Health Equity Problems Have Intensified
Morehouse Healthcare Receives Award from Federal Communications Commission to Expand Telehealth Services
FEBRUARY 21, 2022 - As demand skyrockets, new funding allows Morehouse Healthcare Telemedicine to purchase additional remote patient health monitoring equipment and software.
Amerigroup Grants MSM $1.725 Million to Support Narrowing the Maternal Health Inequity Gap
FEBRUARY 21, 2022 - Program will support more than 127,000 pregnant and parenting Black women and their families across Georgia.
MSM Receives Nearly $9.7 Million Grant from HHS to Build COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence
FEBRUARY 15, 2022 - HealthWorks program aims to increase COVID-19 vaccine rates through targeted, culturally competent outreach efforts in Georgia and Tennessee.
MSM and UGA Win NIH Grant to Study Environmental Health in Underrepresented Communities
FEBRUARY 9, 2022 - Frontiers in Environmental Science and Health (FrESH) program to train and mentor researchers and healthcare professionals
MSM Partners with the City of East Point, Georgia to Advance Health Equity Through Policy
FEBRUARY 8, 2022 - Health experts, policy makers, and community organizations partner to address policies that perpetuate health disparities
MSM Microbiologist Awarded NIH Grant to Develop New Intervention Against Cerebral Malaria
FEBRUARY 7, 2022 - $2.7 million grant to fund international team to research potential treatment for severe malaria which kills approximately 500,000 children annually.
Research Finds COVID Pandemic Worsened Health Equity Gap
FEBRUARY 1, 2022 - National survey conducted by the Morehouse School of Medicine and Teva Pharmaceuticals shows intensified impacts among vulnerable populations driven by lack of access to care.
Billye Aaron Pavilion Announcement
MSM 40th Anniversary Celebration