Strategic Collaboration

Bicentennial Podcast

Founders & Futurists

Discover our healthcare visionaries and imagine the possibilities ahead as MCPHS celebrates its Bicentennial.

About Founders & Futurists

Strategic Collaboration

It’s been 200 years since our founders aligned around a common purpose and established our institution to improve the quality of medicines dispensed to the public. Their foresight and teamwork in 1823 set the stage for additional progress.

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Bringing Real-World Learning to Life Advancing Knowledge Together The Future Is Ours to Shape

Of Collaborations

MCPHS partners with hundreds of universities, medical centers, community health organizations, and companies in the region and around the globe.

Bringing Real-World Learning to Life

People will always be the primary driving force in the health and life sciences. As technology continues to evolve and change the way we treat patients, it’s important that tomorrow’s healthcare leaders get the hands-on training they need to stay ahead.

Unlocking Opportunities
The Chance to Explore

Students get practical training throughout their time at MCPHS. Collaborations allow the University to offer real-world experiences in many different settings.

Advancing Knowledge Together

Innovation doesn’t happen in a vacuum. The most interesting scientific discoveries often stem from interactions between researchers with different areas of expertise. And the most exciting advances in healthcare can begin with a dialogue between professionals from different fields.

Meeting of Minds
The Secret to Successful Scholarship

At MCPHS, we believe medical breakthroughs and collaboration go hand in hand.

The Future Is Ours to Shape

What will the workforce of the future be like? We have some idea here at MCPHS. Because we take the initiative to find out.

Looking Ahead

We're continuously looking at data on national and regional levels about the skills and the jobs that are in high demand. We stay in touch with employers, national data sources, and partners like MassBio that do a lot of data aggregation.

Carol Stuckey Dean, School of Professional Studies