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Joan Reede

Days after Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, Reede spearheaded a “Stand Against Racism” rally on the Harvard Medical School quad. It was just the latest effort in Reede’s two-decade campaign to promote diversity at Harvard Medical School, where she is the first Black academic dean. Thanks…

Medical schools are starting to diversify. But they’re learning hard lessons along the way

The enrollment of nonwhite students in medical schools has been steadily increasing, but there remain huge gaps between doctors and the communities they serve.

Experts discuss how to improve diversity in medicine

On Tuesday HUBweek panelists discussed how to make medical education and health care more diverse, and why that's a necessity.