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  • Collaborative MD Program

    Our faculty is concerned first and foremost with teaching and helping our students. We are committed to preparing physician healers — doctors who practice the art as well as the science and skill of medicine.

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  • Pediatric AIDS Benefit Concert

    Join us on Saturday, February 20, at 5 p.m. for the 23rd annual Pediatric AIDS Benefit Concert. Held at the Main Building on Drexel's University City campus, the evening showcases the talents of College of Medicine students, faculty and staff. Benefits go to the Dorothy Mann Center for Pediatric and Adolescent HIV at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children.

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  • Our Commitment to Diversity

    Recruiting and supporting a faculty, professional staff and student body from all walks of life enhances the academic experience for all, and creates better doctors and health care professionals.

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  • A History of Innovation

    Drexel University College of Medicine's education of women and minorities was considered innovative in the 1800s. Today, our innovation includes exploring technological advances in medicine, while remembering that behind each disease is a person who deserves compassion and respect.

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Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies

Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies

The Graduate School's academic programs emphasize real-world experience. Our students are mentored by and work in partnership with world-renowned faculty, and our programs leverage the strength of the College of Medicine and the Drexel colleges of Engineering and Arts and Sciences.

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Drexel Medicine has been serving the health care needs of the neighborhoods in and around Philadelphia for decades.

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Why Choose Drexel University College of Medicine?

Why Drexel University College of Medicine: Our Remarkable Faculty

Our Remarkable Faculty

Drexel University College of Medicine's supportive educational environment emphasizes collaboration and gives students a comfort level that lets them learn and thrive. Our faculty members are respected authors, caring health care practitioners and distinguished scientists who are leading significant breakthroughs in research.

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The Office of the Vice Dean for Research serves to support clinical and basic research activities.

Research Opportunities

The Office of the Vice Dean for Research serves to support clinical and basic research activities, works with departments and interdisciplinary programs to develop and implement research, facilitates translational research, and promotes mentoring to advance the training of physicians/scientists.

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Why Drexel University College of Medicine: Combining Medicine and Technology

Combining Medicine and Technology

The Independence Blue Cross Medical Simulation Center at Drexel University College of Medicine offers students the chance to work in a realistic patient care environment.

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News & Events

Drexel Neurosciences Institute Part of Landmark Study Investigating Drug to Delay or Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

The study examines healthy people whose brain scans show the build up of a protein associated with the disease — but who do not yet have any memory loss or other symptoms. The study will determine if an investigational treatment can clear the built-up plaque of the protein, called amyloid, before the disease progresses and brain cells are impaired.

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Depressive Symptoms Prevalent Among Division I College Athletes

Nearly a quarter of Division I college athletes reported depressive symptoms while enrolled at a liberal arts university on the East Coast, says a new study published in the February issue of the British Journal of Sports Medicine. "Until now, there has been a scarcity of medical research measuring rates of depression in college athletes," said Eugene Hong, MD, associate dean for primary care and community health and the study's principal investigator.

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