African Americans at WSU School of Medicine: The First 100 Years

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Date: February 11, 2020
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Scott Hall Room 1140 | Map
540 E. Canfield
Detroit, MI 48201
Category: Lecture

The Wayne State University School of Medicine’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the Black Medical Association, and the Office of Student Affairs and Career Development are sponsoring a special lecture to celebrate Black History Month.

Anita Moncrease, M.D., M.P.H., will present “African Americans at WSU School of Medicine: The First 100 Years,” from noon to 1 p.m. Feb. 11, in the Dr. Charles Whitten and Dr. Charles Vincent Conference Room, 1140 Scott Hall.

Dr. Moncrease is a 1984 graduate of the School of Medicine and an alumnus of the Post Baccalaureate Program. She is the president of Moncrease & Associates LLC, an associate professor of Pediatrics and the historian of Hartford Memorial Baptist Church in Detroit.

She has been a member of the Post Baccalaureate Program Admissions Committee for more than 20 years and formerly served as chair of the committee. She is the creator of “Celebrating Diversity: History of Black Physicians at WSUSOM” and the traveling exhibit, “The Legacy of Black Medical Schools and Departments in the United States.”

Dr. Moncrease received the Wayne State University School of Medicine Distinguished Alumni Award in 2018.

Please RSVP to StudentAffairs@med.wayne.edu if you plan to attend.

Contact

Nicole Collier
313-577-1463

Cost

Free