Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University offers several enrichment programs which enhance a student's professional and personal development.
The Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) is a combined M.D./Ph.D. Program that can be completed in six to eight years. It is one of the select programs nationwide supported by the NIH (National Institute of Health). Training experiences in both basic and clinical research are offered. Collaborative research relationships exist with other biomedical research institutions on Long Island, including Cold Spring Harbor, and Brookhaven National Laboratory. MSTP Students receive a stipend and a full medical and graduate school scholarship that covers tuition, health insurance and fees. For more information please visit the website.
Scholarly Concentrations Program
The Scholarly Concentrations Program is a four-year track opportunity for medical students to engage in and attain recognition for scholarly pursuits in related areas of medicine. Under this Program, students have the opportunity to do academic exploration in basic sciences, translational research, global health, medical education, or the humanities/arts. The program aims to align the areas of interest of students with the academic mission of the School providing a longitudinal area of work to the student experience at the School of Medicine. For many students, this period has been extremely helpful in shaping career goals and in building an academic track record attractive to residencies.
Master of Public Health Program (MD/MPH)
Please visit the website for the Master of Public Health Program (MPH) offered at Stony Brook University. The Founding Class was admitted in fall, 2004.
Please visit the website for the MD/MBA Degree Program offered at Stony Brook University.
Please visit the website for the MD/MA Degree Program offered at Stony Brook University.
Institute for Medicine in Contemporary Society is a unit in the Division of Medicine in Society, Department of Family, Population and Preventive Medicine. The Institute was established in 1990 to develop interdisciplinary programs that explore the complex relationships between medicine and contemporary culture. The Institute sponsors lectures, visiting fellowships, and artists in residence whose focus is to foster the human and creative dimensions of health care; and also publishes a quarterly journal, Contexts: A Forum for Medical Humanities