About Warren Alpert Brown Medical School

Founded in 1764, Brown became the seventh college in America. Since then, this Ivy League school has attained an impressive record of achievement in the basic and clinical neurosciences; in fact, Brown was one of the first universities to offer an undergraduate major in neuroscience.

In 1973, Brown started its medical education program, which later became known as Brown Medical School. It is known nationwide for its innovative approach to medical education.

The Brown campus sits on a hilltop in Providence, Rhode Island, an historic city of some 170,000 people. Dubbed the “Renaissance City,” Providence offers stunning architecture, a lively arts scene, and gourmet restaurants. Residents can enjoy the state’s scenic beaches and can drive to Boston in about 45 minutes.


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