Rebecca Lee Crumpler (MED 1864) was the first Black woman to graduate from a US medical school.
A magna cum laude BUSM graduate and Vice President of the AOA honor society, Dr. Ramsey has led the Alumni Affairs Office for 13 years.
The Washington Post ran an opinion piece coauthored by BUSM alumnus Steven Lee Berk, MD, (MED’75), about COVID-19 in nursing homes. Read it.
Michael Sherman, MD, MED’15, an emergency medicine/critical care fellow, thanks his wife, family and many others for their support.
MED ’02 graduates in emergency medicine, ENT, ophthalmology, orthopedic surgery, radiation oncology, and reconstructive urology share perspectives.
This program aims to strengthen diversity in the health professions.
The event, established in 2017, invites medical students to interact with faculty and alumni to learn about different career pathways through conversations and connections.
Dr. Sacco was the first neurologist to serve as the president of the American Heart Association.
This year’s festivities included an open house, student-led campus tours, the Distinguished Alumni Awards Ceremony and Luncheon, and of course, the alumni reception and class dinners held at the Sheraton Boston.
Students shared personal stories and spoke about how scholarships were a critical component in attending medical school.