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Jocelyn Charest, NMT alumni.

As an experienced nuclear medicine technologist and medical imaging professional, Jocelyn Charest uses her comprehensive knowledge and passion for learning to help support the education of others.

Tina doing handstand against wall on top of kettlebell.

MCPHS alumna Tina Hurley always knew she wanted to be in healthcare—and despite facing many hardships, she never gave up on making her dream of becoming a physician assistant (PA) a reality.

Pharmacy student Mitchell Fairbrother sitting on ledge in South Africa.

Mitchell Fairbrother, PharmD, recently returned to the United States from the adventure of a lifetime: a pharmacy rotation in Cape Town, South Africa.

Female medical imaging student pointing at x-ray while male student watches.

MCPHS offers medical imaging careers across five growing fields: diagnostic medical sonography, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine technology, radiography, and magnetic resonance imaging. If you're considering a career in medical imaging but aren't sure where to begin, we're here to offer insight into which occupation or discipline might be the best fit for you.

DMS students in front of Lahey Hospital.

On Saturday, June 8, 15 general track diagnostic medical sonography students volunteered their time at the annual Musculoskeletal (MSK) Workshop at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center in Burlington, Massachusetts.

Orientation leader standing in front of MCPHS sign.

It’s almost time for one of our favorite events of the year – Orientation! Your Orientation team leaders are already hard at work preparing to welcome incoming students to our Boston campus for two days of activities, fun, and discovery. All of our Orientation team leaders are experts on all things MCPHS, and they have some great advice for incoming students.

Students sitting at tables and collaborating during IPE Day.

On Wednesday, June 5, students across the Worcester and Manchester campuses participated in the University's annual IPE Day.

Two students looking down in a notebook.

When it comes to determining the right path for your future, there are countless options to choose from. If you already know graduate or medical school is on the horizon, enrolling in a professional pathway program is a seamless and efficient way to earn your degrees and pave the way to a rewarding career.