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Breonna Taylor’s life matters.

The decision made by a Kentucky grand jury yesterday is another painful reminder that our country and its systems continue to fail the Black community and communities of color. The Tri-Institutional MD-PhD program condemns this decision. We re-iterate our commitment to meaningful, long-term change and to supporting our students from diverse backgrounds.

In June, we proposed several strategies to address diversity in our Program. We have made some progress—and recognize there is much more to be done.

Read our full statement here.


The Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program Stands In Solidarity With The Black Community

The Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program stands in solidarity with the Black community and communities of color and is committed to meaningful, long-term change and to the diversity of our student cohort: the faculty and the leaders in biomedical research and academic medicine of tomorrow.

We will do everything within our power to ensure equality for our students and dismantle structural racism—in our Program, the Tri-Institutional campus, our city, and our country.

Read our full statement here.

The MD-PhD Program Administration has posted a statement regarding our response to COVID-19 with announcements and resources for students.


Click here to read it.