By Bernice Mark

Prospective Student Webinars

May 5th, 2013 in Prospective Student Webinars, Student Spotlight

Please join us for our next online Webinar Information Session on Thursday, May 15 from 12:00-12:30PM EDT.  An overview of the program’s academic and clinical training will be provided.  Time will also be allotted for Q&A.
To participate in the session, follow this link*:
*You will be instructed to download Adobe Connect Add-in if your computer doesn’t have the application.

Leah (So Yoon) Lee was awarded this year’s Ruth Levine Scholarship

March 6th, 2013 in News

Hello, everyone! I am thrilled to share the most exciting news (along with my upcoming baby on graduation day) with you all. I recently heard that I became the recipient of the 2012-2013 Ruth and Martin Levine Scholarship in Graduate Medical Education. For those who are not familiar with it, the Ruth and Martin Levine Scholarship in Graduate Medical Sciences is made possible by the generous donation of Ruth R. Levine, PhD. Dr. Levine was the first Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Sciences and a faculty member at BUSM for many years. Given her own life experiences her wish was to allocate “income to provide annual scholarship awards to one or more graduate students enrolled in the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences, who have demonstrated excellent scholarship.” Well, I am extremely honored as well as grateful for the opportunity that I have received.

To me, a good physician or any health care provider who treats patients in person should be very well trained not only in clinical diagnosis and modalities of care, but also in patient care and competencies in clinical skills. This is the main reason why I applied for a dual degree in Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine (MHCBM) program where the primary objective is to learn in mental health counseling interventions with a complementary background in behavioral medicine and neuroscience. The emphasis of MHCBM program has taught me to gain insights and clinical skills in patient care in order to be a better-qualified physician.

As I will be receiving my masters in GMS and MHCBM program in May of 2013, I am confident to say that I have gained a strong foundation in both biological and clinical skills to become a better physician. I hope to continue my involvement with Boston University as a part of MHCBM program alumni in Boston University. May all the best to all of your future!!


February 9th, 2010 in Uncategorized

Please come out and visit us at our up and coming open house/interview session on:


from 10-11:30am

(Information presentation only)


Evans Seminar Room E112A

RSVP to if you would like to attend this session.

New Course in Human Sexuality

December 15th, 2008 in Uncategorized

The MHBM program is offering a new course in Human  Sexuality beginning in the Spring of 2009.    Dr. Todd Kates will be teaching this course.

This course will explore physiological, psychological, socio-cultural aspects of human sexuality, focusing on trends in the field, including teen sexuality, pregnancy, and early sexual experiences, sexual assault, HIV/AIDS and other sexually-transmitted diseases, sex addiction, sexuality across the lifespan , and ethics.