The College of Medicine's MD program trains future physicians in the science and art of medicine. At Drexel, our medical students learn to combine cutting-edge technology with the highest level of compassion in the practice of medicine.
The MD program works closely with Drexel University's other colleges and schools as well as with the Philadelphia community. Our students have the opportunity to explore their scientific and clinical interests throughout their four years. Our long-standing partnerships with several affiliate training sites expose students to diverse patient populations and a variety of health conditions.
The program's innovative curriculum, experienced faculty and vibrant student life provide Drexel medical students with an outstanding educational experience.
OUR MEDICAL STUDENTS
Our community of medical students is what sets Drexel apart from other schools. By meeting new challenges in an environment of collaborative learning and respect, our students discover a deep sense of purpose.
Our Experienced Faculty
Our experienced faculty members prepare Drexel medical students for their careers as future physicians. In addition to teaching, our faculty members also treat patients and conduct research, which enables them to be effective mentors in today's rapidly advancing medical environment.
Beginning in August 2017, Drexel will implement a new innovative MD curriculum called "Foundations and Frontiers." Foundations and Frontiers is designed to create physicians for the 21st century. The curriculum instills all of the enduring qualities essential to clinical excellence while also including essential emerging competencies such as an understanding of population health, health informatics, quality and patient safety, and health care systems and financing.
News & Events
Drexel University College of Medicine welcomed 260 new medical students during its annual White Coat Ceremony on Friday, August 11, at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.
Drexel University College of Medicine has received a grant of more than $420,000 from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation to lead a collaborative of 13 medical, nursing and health professions schools with the goal of enhancing each school's education in professionalism and interprofessional communication.
The Health Outreach Project, which offers care to underserved Philadelphians through free health clinics and services run by Drexel medical students, won an award at the annual conference of the Society of Student Run Free Clinics, held February 11–12 in Anaheim, Calif. HOP members received the Certificate of Scholarly Achievement for their project "Improving Patient Care Through Advocacy Services at Student-Run Clinics," presented at the meeting by then second-year medical students and HOP co-chairs Stephen Rogers and Denise Wang.
Drexel medical students learn how to understand and communicate with people with complex disabilities from the best possible teachers — people living with disabilities themselves. Their instructors are residents of Inglis House, a specialty nursing care facility that provides long-term residential care for adults with physical disabilities, including multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury and stroke. Pulse (Summer 2017)
Max Brodsky, a 2018 MD candidate at the College of Medicine, was recently selected by the American Society of Hematology as one of two students nationwide to receive the 2017-2018 ASH Physician-Scientist Career Development Award. (June 29, 2017)