Director: Joia S. Mukherjee, MD, MPH
associate professor of medicine
The Harvard Medical School Department of Global Health and Social Medicine offers a Master of Medical Sciences in Global Health Delivery (MMSc-GHD).
The MMSc-GHD is a degree-granting master's program that offers a rigorous cross-university curriculum focused on developing the tools needed to perform social and delivery science and policy research in resource-limited settings. The core component of the MMSc-GHD is a field-based mentored research project in global health, culminating in a master's thesis. We invite you to learn more about MMSc-GHD program details.
Class of 2019 to present thesis presentations May 6, 7, 8.
Students and Alumni
MMSc-GHD students come from many locations and backgrounds, but all share a commitment to improving health for the world's most vulnerable people. We welcome you to learn more about our students and alumni, to read an alumni profile of Aneel Brar, MA, MMSc '16, and to watch the videos below.
Below is a video about The Blavatnik Family Foundation and its gift to Harvard Medical School to accelerate the pace of therapeutic discovery and support initiatives aimed at solving some of humanity’s most acute biomedical challenges. Check out time markers 25:28-27:49 to find out more about three MMSc-GHD students in the class of 2019: Chenjezo Gonani, Lisa Parvin, and Nadeem Kasmani.
The first cohort of students is featured in this brief video: