The students listed in this photograph are, left to right, Max Petersen, Dimitri deKouchkovsky and Rebecca Liu
The goal of Yale's MD/PhD Program is to prepare outstanding students for careers as physician-scientists by training them to carry out basic, translational, and clinical research that promotes the understanding and treatment of human disease. The objectives of the program are to integrate comprehensive clinical training with cutting edge research training. We hope that prospective MD/PhD applicants, our current students, alumni, faculty and staff find this website useful.
Our program enjoys tremendous human, intellectual and physical resources through its close affiliations with Yale University, the School of the Medicine, the School of Public Health, the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, and Yale-New Haven Hospital.
CONGRATULATIONS to Maryam Zekavat, 1st year, for being awarded the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans
CONGRATULATIONS to Don Li for being awarded an individual NRSA F30 Fellowship from the NIH/NIDDK
CONGRATULATIONS to Laura Yockey for being awarded an individual NRSA F30 Fellowship from the NIH/NICHD
CONGRATULATIONS to Jessica Ye for being awarded an individual NRSA F30 Fellowship from the NIH/NIDDK
CONGRATULATIONS to Cheryl Zogg for being awarded an EMF/SAEMF Medical Student Grant.
Great job to all who participated in this year's Student Research Day!
CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Fred Gorelick designated the Binder Professor of Internal Medicine
CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. Sandy Chang (one of our MSTP committee members) who is now the Assistant Dean for Science education.