Gateways Program

Brown Gateways to Medicine, Health Care and Research

The Gateways Program at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University provides academically promising, motivated students new pathways to careers in medicine and other health sciences.

Master of Science in Medical Sciences

This one-year master's program gives students a rigorous foundation in biomedical science, as well as an opportunity to explore first hand the complexities of today's healthcare system.

Brown Gateways to Medicine, Health Care, and Research welcomes applications from academically promising, motivated students with an interest in the health sciences.
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The Master in Medical Sciences program imparts an in-depth understanding of health and disease, a broad understanding of the complex factors affecting health and health care delivery, and first-hand experience working in a community health care setting with underserved and vulnerable patients.
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Why Gateways?

This one-year master's program will gives students a rigorous foundation in biomedical science, as well as an opportunity to explore first hand the complexities of today's healthcare system.

Gateways offers the best of both worlds: a smaller, tight-knit community off Providence's historic College Hill, and all the opportunity and activity of a world class University.
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The overwhelming majority of Gateways students who apply to medical school on completion of the program are accepted.
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Brown embraces diverse perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds. Diversity among our faculty, staff, and students creates a greater number of role models, broadens perspectives, and makes us better partners to the communities we serve.
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Why did you choose Gateways?

 

Learn more about the Master of Science in Medical Science at Brown University.