Dr. Jessie Isabelle Price

Dr. Jessie Isabelle Price was a pioneering veterinary microbiologist who researched parasites, infections, and microbial diseases affecting ducks and other waterfowls.

Mary Winston Jackson

Mary Winston Jackson was a mathematician and aerospace engineer, and the first African American Female engineer to work at NASA. Born in Hampton, Virginia, she always had a gift for arithmetic.

Dr. Edward Alexander Bouchet

Dr.Edward Alexander Bouchet was an African-American mathematician and physicist who was the first African-American to graduate with a PhD in the United States.

Dr. Joan Murrell Owens

Dr.Joan Murell Owens was the first female African-American marine biologist and button coral expert. Dr.Owens grew up in a household that put education first as she showed a passion for the sea and its inhabitants from a young age.

Dr. Nazeer Ahmad

Dr. Nazeer Ahmad was a Guyanese born soil scientist whose work on tropical soils supported farmers all over the world in increasing the health and abundance of their crops.

Dr. George Robert Carruthers

Dr. George Robert Carruthers was a prodigy in Astronautical Engineering and the inventor of the only astronomical telescope sent to the moon.

Inaugural Lung Cancer Health Equity Summit Recap

Informing, Educating, and Empowering presented by the Satcher Health Leadership Institute (SHLI) at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM), hosted by Clark Atlanta University (CAU) in Atlanta, GA on Nov. 28, 2023.