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MCPHS student Zeyuan Li

Premedical Health Studies student, Zeyuan Li, BS '24, was accepted into the American College of Cardiology’s Young Scholars Program.

MCPHS Student working on computer

The School of Healthcare Business at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences responds to demand for a Master of Science in Health Informatics with a new, 30-credit online graduate degree expected to launch in fall 2022.

Three MCPHS students participating in an IPE event.
Celebrate with the Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (CIPE).
Elijah Carrier MCPHS Alumni

Elijah Carrier, BS ’13, is now the Manager of Transformation Operations for a bioengineering company called Ginkgo Bioworks in the Seaport District.

MCPHS Occupational Therapy student Lindsey Barrows.
Occupational Therapy student Lindsay Barrows is highlighted for her work to increase diversity in the field of occupational therapy with the MCPHS chapter and national organization of Coalition of Occupational Therapy Advocates for Diversity (COTAD).
Scune Carrington
In March 2022, Scune Carrington, MSW, LICSW, candidate for DHS ’23, was appointed to the Board of Registration of Social Workers by the Baker-Polito Administration.
Two female acupuncture students in the NESA herbal dispensary.
MCPHS is the only accredited Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine institution in Massachusetts.
OT student Morgan Hoopengardner standing in front of art created by seniors.
Occupational Therapy student Morgan Hoopengardner started an art therapy group for seniors at an assisted living facility.