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Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Students walk through the halls of Brigham and Women’s Hospital, on the way to their first patient clinic. During the cl" at Brigham and Women's Hospital - 1845923213168914597

Students walk through the halls of Brigham and Women’s Hospital, on the way to their first patient clinic. During the clinic, students engaged with a pair of remarkable patients, one born with a rare disease that rendered him unable to breathe on his own while sleeping and the other who has a clutch of illnesses caused in part by decades of homelessness. As they listened to these patients share their deeply personal stories, students learned the importance of the physician-patient relationship.

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First year students are coated by faculty and welcomed into the medical profession before today’s White Coat Ceremony.

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Upon arriving at Harvard Medical School, all first-year medical and dental students are assigned to one of five Academic Societies. Each society—Castle, Cannon, Holmes, London and Peabody—is comprised of faculty members, students of all class years, and a program coordinator. Academic Societies provide a community of support and help students develop a team-based investigative approach to medicine.

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Members of the newest class of Harvard Medical School and @harvarddentalmed students celebrate together after receiving " at Harvard Medical School - 1841665317086297647

Members of the newest class of Harvard Medical School and @harvarddentalmed students celebrate together after receiving their white coats.

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Welcome to Harvard Medical School, Class of 2022! Today is move-in day for first-year students. #HarvardMed" at Harvard Medical School - 1837171552070139565

Welcome to Harvard Medical School, Class of 2022! Today is move-in day for first-year students.

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Along Longwood Avenue stand two red-brick buildings linked by an arch. This inscription, embedded in the wall under that" at Harvard Medical School - 1836344413720660347

Along Longwood Avenue stand two red-brick buildings linked by an arch. This inscription, embedded in the wall under that arch, silently recalls the original function of those structures. The buildings, their connecting arch, and the courtyard nestled between and behind them once formed Angell Memorial Hospital, one of the first large-animal veterinary hospitals in the United States. In 1976, Angell Memorial moved to a new facility in nearby Jamaica Plan, and the Longwood Avenue buildings were converted to HMS administrative offices.

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "A different perspective of Vanderbilt Hall. Soon the building will be filled with new energy as first year medical stude" at Harvard Medical School - 1832881356809788207

A different perspective of Vanderbilt Hall. Soon the building will be filled with new energy as first year medical students start their journey toward becoming physicians in just over a week.

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Thanks to PhD student @cmon__eileen for sharing this snapshot of her lab space at Harvard Medical School! #HarvardMed #m" at Harvard Medical School - 1829933543939600574

Thanks to PhD student @cmon__eileen for sharing this snapshot of her lab space at Harvard Medical School!

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Second-year student Chelsea Messinger is packing as much as she can into her years at HMS. In addition to learning about" at Harvard Medical School - 1827675102059550927

Second-year student Chelsea Messinger is packing as much as she can into her years at HMS. In addition to learning about patient care in HMS-affiliated hospitals, Chelsea is part of the student-administered Crimson Care Collaborative, volunteers with the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, and mentors students in Harvard’s Women in STEM Program. As a student in the MD-PhD Program, Chelsea is researching the epidemiology of Zika-related birth defects as she works toward her doctorate at @harvardchansph.

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Seven days after trauma to the eye, monocytes (a type of white blood cell) accumulate around the optic nerve. The cells " at Harvard Medical School - 1826935955409694141

Seven days after trauma to the eye, monocytes (a type of white blood cell) accumulate around the optic nerve. The cells cause inflammation and subsequent degeneration of the optic nerve. This image shows the cells color-depth coded on the basis of their position within the retina. Blue indicates cells in the ganglion cell layer (GCL), red indicates cells in the outer plexiform layer (OPL), and intermediate colors indicate cells between the GCL and OPL. (📷: Eleftherios I. Paschalis)

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Mayor Marty Walsh stopped by the Family Van during today’s #MayorOnMain trolley tour. The mobile clinic provides free he" at The Family Van - 1820641659136135265
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Mayor Marty Walsh stopped by the Family Van during today’s trolley tour. The mobile clinic provides free health screenings for cholesterol, blood pressure, glucose, pregnancy and HIV counseling. A model of preventative care, the Family Van takes its services to where patients live, overcoming barriers to care for minority and non-English speaking clients in Boston’s most underserved communities.

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Researchers in the Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology are seeking better ways to diagnose and treat human disease. One a" at Harvard Medical School - 1816885287735124052

Researchers in the Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology are seeking better ways to diagnose and treat human disease. One area of interest involves developing a molecular understanding of colon cancer. This image shows a tissue section of the human small intestine processed with cyclic immunofluorescence, a novel method developed at HMS. This processing technique allows scientists to characterize cellular markers in much greater detail than ever before by staining up to 80 biologically important markers on a single sample. The photo, awarded third place in the 2018 Quad Photo Contest, was submitted by Zoltan Maliga, who works in the laboratory of Peter Sorger. Maliga also collaborates with Clarence Yapp and Jeremy Muhlich in the LSP.