School of Medicine Welcomes 2018 Incoming Classes

Monday, August 6, 2018

The School of Medicine welcomes the more than 550 students from across the country and around the world who started their health professions careers at Duke University School of Medicine this month.

Two new students showing off their new stethoscopes MD and MD/PhD Programs 

  • 129 students
  • 75 women and 54 men
  • 36 under represented minority students
  • Representing 35 states & 70 schools

Physician Assistant Program

  • 90 Students
  • 67 women and 23 men
  • 23 under represented minority students
  • Representing 30 states

Doctor of Physical Therapy Program

  • 82 students
  • 52 women and 30 men
  • 15 under represented minority students
  • Representing 33 states & 76 schools

Master of Biostatistics Program

  • 28 students
  • 16 women and 12 men
  • 1 under represented minority student
  • Representing 14 states, Canada, and China & 27 Schools

Pathologists’ Assistant Program

  • 8 students 
  • 7 women and 1 man
  • Representing 7 states & Canada & 8 schools

Master of Biomedical Sciences Program

  • 42 Students
  • 22 women and 20 men
  • 21 under represented minority students
  • Representing 31 states

Medical Physics Graduate Program

  • 13 MS and 7 PhD students
  • 6 women and 14 men
  • 1 under represented minority student
  • Representing 14 states, 2 countries & 18 schools

Clinical Research Training Program 

  • 51 students
  • 28 women and 23 men
  • 10 under represented minority students

PhD Matriculants in 17 Programs

  • 105 Students
  • 66 women,  39 men
  • 8 under represented minority students
  • Representing various states and numerous foreign countries.