Diversity in Medicine

Duke Medical School hosts a vast array of groups, including, but not limited to, those listed below. Take a peak at how you can get involved at Duke.

Please note: some of the content on this page, whilst still very relevant and informative, was filmed a year ago so students' MS years may have changed, time-specific details may not be relevant, and may have been filmed prior to the NC mask mandate. Any additional relevant videos and information can be provided to accepted students where necessary.

Diversity remarks from Ms. Cullins


Duke Med Interfaith


American Medical Women's Association (AMWA)


Duke Student National Medical Association (SNMA)

The Student National Medical Association is an entirely student run organization for medical students of color that focuses on supporting minority medical students and their endeavors around the country. Duke SNMA is a chapter within the larger organization of SNMA that engages a large number of minority medical students at Duke and individuals within the community of Durham, NC. Our mission at Duke SNMA is to enrich, empower, and enlighten the students of color here at Duke so that they may be not only leaders within the field of medicine, but also leaders within the community! For more information visit our website


First Generation and Low Income Med Association (FGLIMed)


Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA)


Duke Med Pride


Duke Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA)​