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A Doctor of Medicine (MD) is the highest degree for physicians and surgeons. Depending on the country, it can be either a professional doctorate (like in the case of the US or Canada), or a research degree (like in the UK or Germany).

Doctor of Medicine degrees are designed to prepare highly skilled medical professionals who would be capable of meeting medical challenges in a wide variety of settings. The study program for an MD degree typically combines academic training with advanced clinical experience through hands-on practice in a healthcare setting, for example in hospitals, clinics, medical centers, or nursing homes.

MD programs can have numerous specializations, such as general practice, surgical medicine, physiotherapy, gynecology, cardiology, oncology, psychiatry, and others. There are many Doctor of Medicine degrees offered by leading universities and other educational institutions around the world.

Begin your search for the study program that best fits your requirements by having a look at some of the most popular MD programs listed below!

Newly Added Programs

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso
USA, El Paso
University of New Mexico School of Medicine
USA, Albuquerque
Yale University School of Medicine
USA, New Haven
California Northstate University
USA, Elk Grove
Florida State University College of Medicine
USA, Tallahassee
St Matthew’s University
Cayman Islands, West Bay
Medical University of the Americas (MUA)
Saint Kitts and Nevis, Charlestown
Saba University School of Medicine
Caribbean Netherlands, The Bottom
University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn
Poland, Olsztyn + 1 More
Khalifa University
United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
Qatar University
Qatar, Doha
Universal Caribbean University
Saint Kitts and Nevis, Basseterre

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October 11, 2020

Over 200 years ago a man named Edward Jenner decided to purposefully infect an eight-year-old boy with a disease that had killed almost 10% of England’s population. As you can imagine, a few people were rather suspicious of this new 'scientific' method. Jenner did it anyway, and the young boy, James Phipps, didn't die. In fact, he displayed no symptoms whatsoever and went on to live a happy life in a free lease cottage paid for by Mr Jenner. More importantly, Phipps went down in the history books as the first person to receive a successful vaccine, giving birth to a new brand of medicine that has saved countless lives: immunology. Here's a look at what it is and why you should study it.

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