Working to increase the number of medical, dental, and nursing faculty from historically disadvantaged backgrounds
About The Program
Doctors in the MMFDP
The Minority Medical Faculty Development Program (MMFDP) was renamed in January, 2004 in honor of Harold Amos, Ph.D., who was the first African-American to chair a department, now the Department of Microbiology and Medical Genetics, of the Harvard Medical School.
He was a founding member of the National Advisory Committee of the MMFDP in 1983, and served as the Program's National Program Director between 1989 and 1993.
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Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program