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in the U.S. for primary care education

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World class 

research opportunities

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Explore our two regional campuses

UMass Chan-Lahey is home to the LEAD@Lahey track and UMass Chan-Baystate is home to the PURCH track

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Student Spotlight

  • Ariba Memon

     


    "My interest in UMass Chan Medical School stemmed from the sense of community among students and faculty and the opportunity to engage with diverse communities in Worcester."


    Ariba Memon

    T.H. Chan School of Medicine, Class of 2025

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    “I wanted to go somewhere that allowed me to explore my interests in science in a supportive, collaborative and welcoming environment. UMass Chan simply checked all the boxes for me.” 


    Ethan Loew

    MD/PhD student, T.H. Chan School of Medicine and Morningside Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences


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  • Michelle Narvaez Ramos

     

     

    “I wanted to go somewhere that allowed me to explore my interests in science in a supportive, collaborative and welcoming environment. UMass Chan simply checked all the boxes for me.” 


    Michelle Narvaez Ramos

    MD/PhD student, T.H. Chan School of Medicine and Morningside Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

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Diversity & Inclusion

 

At the University of Massachusetts, in an atmosphere of scholarship, research and educational excellence, the T.H. Chan School of Medicine Admissions Committee is dedicated to the selection of a diverse class of extraordinary and compassionate individuals who will become physician leaders in innovative, evidence-based, patient-centered care for all residents of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and beyond. Learn more about diversity and inclusion at UMass Chan Medical School.

Alumni Spotlight

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Ashley Matthew, MD, PhD '20
Urology resident, Virginia Commonwealth University Health System


"The best part about UMass Chan Medical School is that we have early interactions with patients. For this reason, I felt very prepared for residency."

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Asia Matthew-Onabanjo

Asia Matthew-Onabanjo, MD, PhD '21
Urology resident, University of North Carolina


"UMass Chan Medical School is an amazing place with amazing people. The supportive environment helps people tap into their potential. You will grow a lot here."

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A Message from the Associate Dean of Admissions

I am pleased that you have taken time to learn about UMass Chan Medical School's T.H. Chan School of Medicine. As the Associate Dean for Admissions, I welcome and thank you for visiting our website. Please explore our admissions processMD and MD/PhD degree program, Population-based Urban and Rural Community Health (PURCH) track, and class profiles. Regardless of your current level of engagement in the medical school admissions process, I hope you find our website informative.

 

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News

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  • Urology an early residency match for two T.H. Chan School of Medicine students

    Urology an early residency match for two T.H. Chan School of Medicine students

    Fourth-year T.H. Chan School of Medicine students Elisa Rocha, MS, and Constantine Velmahos successfully matched through the Urology Residency Match Program and learned this month where they will serve their residencies. The National Resident Matching Program announces matches on March 15.

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  • African Student Association creating community across three UMass Chan graduate schools

    African Student Association creating community across three UMass Chan graduate schools

    Membership in the new African Student Association at UMass Chan Medical School requires acknowledging cultural differences in order to provide better care for diverse patients, and a desire to connect and celebrate each member’s African identity. 

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  • Kirschstein award funds MD/PhD student’s research on opioid use disorder

    Kirschstein award funds MD/PhD student’s research on opioid use disorder

    MD/PhD student Pryce Michener has received a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award for his research on substance use and medications for opioid use disorder, a personal cause that has impacted his friends and family. 

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