Morehouse School of Medicine


Morehouse School of Medicine

About Morehouse Medical school

Morehouse School of Medicine is situated in Atlanta. MSM was established in 1975. In 1981 MSM was an entity operated independently. MSM produces one of the world’s foremost primary care doctors and has recently been ranked as the best social purpose organization among U.S. medical schools. Professors and graduates are renowned for achievements in training, science, and policymaking in respective domains.

    Mission

    The Morehouse School of Medicine’s mission is based on the pivot points mentioned below:

  • Improving the care and safety of health for individuals and societies.
  • Improving physicians and medical community inclusion.
  • Handling primary health care via schooling, study, and support initiatives.
  • Emphasizing creative people and underprivileged rural and poor communities in Georgia, the country, and across the globe.
  • Degrees Offered

    MSM offers the degrees mentioned below:

  • Doctor of Medicine
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Sciences (Ph.D.)
  • Master of Public Health (M.P.H.)
  • Master of Science in Medical Science (MSMS)
  • Master of Science in Biomedical Research (MSBR)
  • Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR)
  • Master of Science in Biomedical Technology (MSBT)
  • Master of Science in Neuroscience (MSNS)
  • Accreditations

    MSM is accredited by the Continuing Medical Education Accreditation Board, the Accreditation Board for Graduate Medical Education, the Public Health Education Council, the Medical Education Liaison Committee and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.


Admission

    Admission Requirements

    A doctor’s degree is for life. The period of schooling is just training for the education a doctor should pursue in his / her medical career. Candidates are expected to have a diverse academic background, no particular subject is considered better over the other. The growth of the candidate’s academic skills and the general progress and development of the student ought to be the key objective of undergraduate college research. The premedical studies needed for acceptance are intended to provide the applicant with a solid background in studies deemed important for medical sciences while presenting the Admissions board with a medium to assess the competence for academic research and to evaluate involvement in the fields of science.

    Required Coursework

  • Biology with laboratory (1 year)
  • General Chemistry with laboratory (1 year)
  • Organic Chemistry with laboratory (1 year)
  • Physics with laboratory (1 year)
  • College-level Mathematics (1 year)
  • English including composition (1 year)
  • Foreign Students Evaluation

    Candidates who’ve already finished their course work or possess a bachelor’s degree or advanced degree from a higher education university outside the United States should have their grading sheets accredited by a qualification assessment service which is a part of the National Association of Credential Assessment Services for equivalence of U.S. degrees or coursework. Candidates who’ve already finished or graduated from a post-secondary university in Australia, Canada, New Zealand or the UK will not necessarily have to have their college grading sheets checked and equivalent accredited. Any candidate trying to transfer points from a non-US university to an MSM program should have a course review of the applicable documents administered by a NACES member. Candidates are expected to have a wide background in education. MSM should receive the scores of the examination before the Admissions Committee can fully assess a candidate. Candidates are highly encouraged to take the exam in Spring starting with the year of admission to med school, so the result could be considered early and the exam can be undertaken again in the Fall if further increase in score is needed.

    Letters of Recommendation

    Recommendation letters are necessary for all candidates. The letters are to be forwarded to AMCAS. Only if a committee referral or package of recommendations is issued by the pre-health professions counseling office at the candidate’s school, then this committee recommendation or package is required. There are no more recommendations. If the candidate’s school does not have a panel for recommendations, the university would allow a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 recommendation letters from people who know the candidate deeply. At least one of those suggestions needs to be from an instructor of science who trained the candidate. It is proposed that other sources for recommendation letters come from a doctor you worked with, an employer, your priest or other clergy or a mentor in your interactions of volunteer services. The candidate would have access to a downloadable recommendation form during the completion process of a secondary application. Writers of recommendation letters may use this format or write a self-devised recommendation letter.

    Interview

    The Admissions Committee at Morehouse School of Medicine evaluates supplementary applications from candidates for AMCAS and MSM together with recommendation letters to determine whether to give an interview invitation to candidates. Also, those candidates who tend to deserve deep consideration for acceptance depending on application data are chosen for an interview. Please bear in mind that interviews can be postponed on shorter notice in case of bad weather to ensure the safety of candidates and the teaching staff at MSM. When an interview is canceled you will be informed instantly and your interview will be scheduled again for a future date. MSM will not bear finances for the cost of travel of an individual when the costs are incurred. If the candidate is selected by the admission committee he/she will receive an email of confirmation.

    Application Timeline

    August– March

    Morehouse School of Medicine Interview Season

    September

    Last MCAT exam date accepted

    The oldest MCAT result accepted is 2016.

    December 1

    AMCAS Application Deadline

    January 3

    Supplemental Application receipt Deadline

    Deadline for receipt of letters of recommendation is the second Friday in January

    November–June

    Admission decisions communicated to applicants

    February 15 – April 30

    Accepted applicants may select the “Plan to Enroll” option in AMCAS

    April 15 – April 30

    Accepted applicants who are holding acceptances at multiple schools should narrow their choices to three medical schools. $100 pre-enrollment deposit will be refunded if an applicant withdraws their acceptance of our admission offer

    April 30– June 8

    Accepted applicants may select the “Commit to Enroll” option in AMCAS

    • This selection indicates to MSM that you are withdrawing your application from consideration at other medical schools and are “committing” to matriculate at MSM

    June 1

    Deadline for accepted students to submit completed matriculation packet to Admissions Office

    June 8

    Accepted students are required to select the “Commit to Enroll” option in AMCAS

    *If “Commit to Enroll” is not selected by June 8th, acceptance offer is automatically rescinded and the application is withdrawn from consideration

    June 29 – June 30

    Mandatory New M1 Orientation

    July 1

    First day of M1 Classes


Morehouse School of Medicine Residency and Fellowship Programs

  • Cardiovascular Fellowship
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship
  • Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
  • Public Health & General Preventive Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Cardiovascular Fellowship
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship
  • Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

  • Morehouse School of Medicine Research

      Cardiovascular Research Center

      Formed in 1999, the aim of the center is to enhance the healthcare provided to people with heart diseases through connecting the fundamental science domains of microbiology, genetics, and physiology with the fields of clinical research, epidemiology, and society-based initiatives.

      National Center for Primary Care

      The National Center for Primary Care was founded in 1998. The center has the special privilege of becoming the nation’s only federally approved center committed to providing better healthcare choices for everyone, with a specific emphasis on helping the underprivileged population.

      Institute for Neurosciences

      Created in 1994, this center aims to build a friendly and stimulating atmosphere for researching and educating the operational organization of the brain and to explore methods of minimizing the pain caused by neurological conditions. This is the first collaborative partnership project in a Historic Black College or University center.

      Prevention Research Center

      It was founded in 1998 and is a member of a group of educational research institutions sponsored by the Centers for Control and Prevention of Diseases. Such institutes are structured to accomplish local and national health goals based on acquiring information about the effective techniques to address the intransigent medical complications faced by the country. The Centers frequently coordinate with national and local health agencies.

      Center for Health Disparities

      Created in 2002 by funds from the National Institute of Minority Health and Health Inequalities, benchmarks vary from raising the number of findings on areas of research related to health inequalities to the creation of new opportunities for cooperation with various community members. The main programs cover mental health research, HIV / AIDS, cardiac, diabetes, maternal and child wellbeing.

      Satcher Health Center

      The objective is to build a diverse population of experts in the field of global health, promote and endorse development approaches and impact practices to minimize and eventually eradicate health inequalities. The emphasis is on ignored illnesses and disadvantaged communities, thus giving preference to promoting safety and preventing disease.

      Other research centers include:

    • Center for Laboratory Animal Resources (CLAR)
    • Office of Translational Technologies (OTT)
    • Research Portal
    • Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI)
    • Regulatory Committees
    • Human Research Protection Program (HRPP)
    • Institutional Review Board (IRB)

    Student Organizations

    The Student Government Association is the executive entity for the common students. The framework for SGA was developed so that students can more freely rule themselves and take a more proactive role throughout the university’s activities. The Faculty vigorously seeks the views of students on education and career aspects.

    • Student National Medical Association
    • American Medical Student Association
    • Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
    • American Medical Association (AMA-Medical Student Section)

    Morehouse School of Medicine Student Life

      Campus Activities

      Campus events include resources for the students to engage with the culture of Morehouse College. Students acquire insights by participating in leadership, administration, volunteer work, and recreation that significantly impacts their growth while at Morehouse College and improve their chances of academic achievement. These programs also give learners platforms where creatively, historically, socially and spiritually they can represent themselves

      Fraternity Life

      The Greek Letter Fraternities and Cultural Scholarships are college commissioned extracurricular societies. The College invites brotherhoods and community fraternity associations to aspire to the accomplishment of their objective by fostering academic success, exhibiting collaborative spirit, embracing internationalism, honoring campus organizations ‘ interdependence and upholding integrity.

      Dining Facilities

      Dining is a gathering spot, it promotes and embraces culture, it connects people as well as enables them to discuss group perspectives. For students to understand and demonstrate corporate responsibility, the dining plan is the ideal environment to learn about various cultures and relate their classwork to the actual world. It is the reason why we enjoy food and dining so much. The college cafeteria has a complete range of in-house programs that offer a regular range of eating and nutritious choices. The scope and variety of the services cover the world, varying from Indian and Mexican street food to a delicious delicatessen to supreme pizza fix.

      Housing facilities

    • Calibre Lake Apartments
    • Brookwood Valley
    • Alexan MetroWest
    • The Village at Lake Park
    • Mattress Factory Lofts
    • Misty Creek Apartments
    • Cascades Housing
    • Atlantic Station Element
    • Villages at Carver
    • Eastland Gates
    • Walton on the Chattahoochee
    • Peachtree Park Apartments
    • Glenwood East Apartments
    • Morgan Place
    • Cascades Townhomes
    • Southwood Vista Apartments
    • Wellington Pointe Apartment
    • Alexander on Ponce
    • Piedmont Apartments
    • Ashley West-End Apartments
    • Magnolia Vinings
    • Townhouse
    • Magnolia Vinings
    • Brookwood Valley
    • Scholarships

    • Ty Cobb Scholarship
    • George and Pearl Strickland Scholarship
    • Merit Scholarships
    • Physicians Workforce Scholarship (formerly SMEB)
    • National Health Service Corps (NHSC)
    • Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program
    • MSM Chick-fil-A Westside Service Scholarship

    Dr. Najeeb’s Lectures – Ray of Hope for Medical Students

    Most institutions have a wide variety of classes, programs, and academic resources, but first-hand accounts suggest that several students do not believe that the content presented in their lessons and tutorials is of great importance to their career. Similar remarks often indicate that the lessons do not really relate anything to the overall goals that universities tend to support, or that teachers do not make adequate effort to clarify the wider aims of their classes and why the content matters. Dr. Najeeb lectures relate every concept to the goal of that respective course so that students do not find any concept boring, unnecessary or a wastage of time. Another drawback being faced by medical students is that though there are good teachers for undergrad programs but for graduate and postgrad programs the teachers are inexperienced and are unable to teach the students. Dr. Najeeb with his experience of more than 32 years can exceptionally handle courses for graduate programs. By explaining every concept in the amount of detail required and removing every ambiguity that a student might have relating to medical studies. Dr. Najeeb’s Lectures are not only confined to a single domain of medicine but you can get your hands on priceless knowledge for every stage be it MCAT, Ms, MD or Ph.D. Dr. Najeeb’s Lectures are the world’s most popular medical Lectures, covering all the topics of Gross Anatomy, Neuro-anatomy, Embryology, Histology, Physiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology. They are video lectures that cover almost all the topics in the current medical curriculum of most medical colleges. They contain visualization of what you study in your books. The hand-drawn illustrations in these lectures make it very easy to grasp the concepts. 80% of medical students in 190 countries rely on these videos. Dr. Najeeb employs hand-drawn diagrams to inspire the learning process as he believes that lifelong knowledge comes from simple concepts. Dr. Najeeb has assisted many million students by clearing their concepts. Furthermore, one can get lifetime access to these lectures and even download the app to avail them anytime, anywhere.

      Few Tips for Successful Life at Medical College

      Overcome Stress

      The very first phase of anxiety control is to alleviate the effects of stress. Types of strategies for treating symptoms involve taking a stroll, practicing yoga, listening to music and “expressing” about the stress. These are intended to reduce the effects of more extreme stress. When the effects are more eased you can find the cause of the tension. Time constraints, the shift from school to college life, jobs, boarding, career, schooling, and harmony of life and work can all contribute to your anxiety. Comprehending where the stress originates will enable you to focus where it matters most. Taking a few days off to deal with the origin of anxiety is going to make a huge improvement in your everyday life. When you’ve conquered the stress and anxiety disorder you’ll be able to work with a calm mind and function well.

      Avoid Cheating

      It can be hard for a student to grasp the implications of cheating. Without being able to foresee the long-term effects, children might think that the advantages of cheating which are excellent grades overshadow any negative effect. Cheating decreases trust and self-esteem. And if others catch you cheating, then you’ll lose the trust and confidence. Sadly, cheating is not normally a one-time occurrence. If the line of cheating is breached, it could be easier for young people to go on stealing more often, or to be deceptive in other life circumstances. Students who regularly cheat Internet content reduce their ability to objectively think and separate credible sources from incredible ones. They lose their ability to comprehend the course content or concepts even if they try to. So, it is better to get fewer marks than to plagiarize and lose the ability to get marks or lose credibility for a lifetime.

      In the end, we would like to assure you that there are always ups and downs in life. Don’t lose hope, keep up with the hard work and Good Luck!

     

    Here’s what students are saying about Dr. Najeeb Lectures.


    Lizi Klein Los Angeles, California
    Lizi Klein
    This is singularly the best investment I made for the first year of medical school. Each video is a jackpot of information with amazing drawings, great energy, and a phenomenal professor!
    Kathryn Giroux Whitefish, Ontario
    Kathryn Giroux
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    Maryam Moradi The University of Texas, Austin
    Maryam Moradi
    I bought lifetime access because I believe there is no better source for learning the foundation of medicine. I strongly recommend him to anyone who cares about true learning and not merely memorizing!
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    Jackson David Reynolds
    Dr. Najeeb Lectures are top notch. Comprehensive medical lectures of the utmost quality across all preclinical (and many clinical) topics. Fantastic for deepening one's understanding for clinical practice and licensing/board examinations.
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    Jacob Joseph
    Dr. Najeeb is the single most spectacular medical teacher you will ever have! I love this man. He has clarified everything from the coagulation cascade, immunology, neurology, and embryology. His sense of humor and brilliant illustrations make everything stick well in your memory. His ability to illustrate 3-dimensional relationships has been useful for excelling in anatomy. I cannot thank you enough for all the wonderful work you do. I recommend your lectures to anyone who wants to truly understand medicine!
    Ann Ilaria Mayrhofer London School of Hygiene.
    Ann Ilaria Mayrhofer
    I'm grappling with my online studies in Infectious Disease at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. It's made me realize what a visual learner I still am. So these vids are making what was murky crystal clear. While I am easily distracted when I have to do hours of straight reading, I am glued to the videos. I've looked for a series of such videos for months. A million thanks - Dr Najeeb has a true passion for teaching and can convey highly complex topics in an understandable and fun way.

     

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