Trailblazing ophthalmologist Dr. Patricia Bath will be posthumously inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Dr. KMarie King will become the first Black woman to sit at the helm of a surgery division at an…
Dr. Margaret Towolawi is the woman behind the first Black-owned direct primary care clinic in the state of Washington.
Spelman College has unveiled a new initiative designed to increase the representation of Black women in biotech.
Morehouse School of Medicine and CommonSpirit Health are on a mission to increase the representation of Black doctors.
Harvard Medical School has named one of its academic societies after its first Black tenured professor.
Meharry Medical College has received a $34 million endowment to increase the representation of Black doctors in the U.S.
Dr. Namandjé Bumpus is the first Black woman to chair a department at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Former NFL player-turned-doctor Myron Rolle is helping fight the coronavirus pandemic.
A museum will honor Black medical pioneer Dr. John A. Kenney.
Dr. Venaya Jones recently opened the first veterinary clinic in Cleveland to be owned and operated by a Black woman.
Aretha Franklin’s estate is backing a fund for pancreatic cancer research.
Patrice A. Harris has officially become the American Medical Association’s first Black woman president.
A group of Black doctors joined forces to open Chicago’s only Black-owned urgent care facility.
Black pediatrician Dr. Nadine Burke Harris will become California’s first surgeon general.
Inginia Genao, M.D.—a physician, author, and Yale University professor—is aiming to increase racial representation in the medical field.
According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, Howard is the top university for sending African-American applicants to U.S. medical…
Atlanta psychiatrist Patrice A. Harris will become the first Black woman to be president of the American Medical Association.
"Black Women In Medicine" was a five-year effort that began in 2011. But Crystal Emery asserts the film was not…
A new study reveals Black children are getting far less medication than White children upon admission into hospitals.
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