Graduate Programs

Our mission is to solve problems that create barriers to healthy life by proposing effective interventions at the intersections of health, humanity, and society. Our faculty and students examine the historical, ethical, racial, cultural, social, and political conditions that challenge the promises of biomedical research and health care equity. Attentive to the demands of social justice and ecosystem symbiosis, we are training the next generations of scholars, clinicians, and researchers who will work in clinical, policy, academic, and research institutions to guide the transformation of health care for all.

While our department is interdisciplinary and puts a special emphasis on such collaborations, we offer graduate education programs in two areas: Medical Anthropology and the History of Health Sciences

Medical Anthropology

History of Health Sciences