The Master of Science in Public Health Sciences (MS PHS) Program was conceived and largely designed by Mark J. Young, M.D., who became the founding chair of the Department of Health Evaluation Sciences on July 1, 1997. The program was officially launched July 1, 1999, with the enrollment of seven physician students. Under Dr. Young’s leadership, the program graduated twenty physician investigators during the years 2001 through 2004. Dr. Young remained very active in the program as a teacher, advisor, and mentor until his unexpected death in April 2004.
Each year PHS honors a graduating student with the Mark J. Young Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Public Health Sciences Graduate Program.
Joslyn Sciacca Kirby, M.D., M.S., Class of 2015
Laura M. Enomoto, M.D., M.S., Class of 2014
Matthew Wilson, M.D., M.S., Class of 2013
Benjamin W. Novinger, B.A., M.S., Class of 2012
Faizah N. Bhatti, M.D., M.S., Class of 2011
Fan He, B.Eng., M.S., Class of 2010
Michael A. Horst, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., M.S., Class of 2009
Sol Rodriguez-Colon, B.S., M.S., Class of 2008
Nazia Raja-Khan, M.D., M.S., Class of 2007
Nasrollah Ghahramani, M.D., M.S., Class of 2006
William J. Curry, M.D., M.S., Class of 2005
Neal J. Thomas, M.D., M.S., Class of 2004