School of Medicine Welcomes 2019 Incoming Classes

Wednesday, August 7, 2019
students at the White Coat Ceremony

New MD students at the White Coat ceremony

The School of Medicine welcomes the nearly 400 students from across the country and around the world who start their health professions careers at Duke University School of Medicine this month.

 

 

MD and MD/PhD program
121 New students
84 Women, 37 Men
31 Underrepresented minority students  
29 states represented

 White Coat Ceremony for the Physician Assistant program

Physician Assistant Program 
91 New students
72 Women, 19 Men
16 Underrepresented minority students 
10 States represented

Doctor of Physical  Therapy Program
83 New students
55 Women, 28 Men  
24 Underrepresented minority students
29 states and 6 countries represented

Master & PhD in Biostatistics 
26  New students
17 Women,  13 Men
2  Underrepresented minority students​
26 undergraduate schools, 10 states, and 7 countries represented.

Incoming students in the Master of Biomedical Science Program

Master of Biomedical Sciences
48 New Students
27 Women, 21 Men
22 Underrepresented minority students
35 Undergraduate schools represented

Medical Physics Graduate Program
19 New students, 15 MS and 4 PhD
6 Women, 13 Men
3 Underrepresented minority students
10 States, 5 countries and 17 schools represented

Master of Science in Population Health
11 New Students
6 Women, 5 Men
4 Underrepresented minority students:
2 States and 5 countries

Pathologists Assistant
8 New students
7 Women,1 Man
8 States/schools

PhD Matriculants in 16 Programs
16  programs
103 first years
52 Women, 51 Men
16 Underrepresented minority students