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Black History Makers Series

According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, the nation’s medical schools have grown more diverse. More Black and Hispanic students are attending medical school than ever before. 

During Black History Month in February, the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative will celebrate this continued progress as it contributes to scientific workforce diversity and related outcomes like an increase in diversity of clinical trial participants. 

Every Thursday in February, the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative will host exceptional health equity champions for conversations. 

The following speakers will be part of the series:

  • Feb. 2: Joel Bervell, a social media medical educator and medical student
  • February 9: Randy Vince Jr., the inaugural minority men’s health director for the University Hospitals Cutler Center for Men
  • Feb. 16: Michelle Browder, is an activist, artist, and owner of More Than Tours
  • Feb. 23: Linda Bradley, professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive biology and director of Center of Menstrual Disorders and Hysteroscopic Services at Cleveland Clinic

Each talk will be held from noon to 1 p.m. via Zoom.

Learn more about the series and speakers.

Register to attend these events.