The Scholarly Concentrations Program, and the students who participate in it, have been written up in a number of publications.
- March 2008
- Did You Know...
The Brown Daily Herald
- February 28, 2007
- Med School introduces 'concentrations'
- October 29, 2007
- Scholarly Concentrations Program expanding medical education
- Winter 2008
- Shanghai Underworld
Authored by Terence Sio and Luly Wu who are both Brown MD 2010 students working in the Women's Reproductive Health, Freedom and Rights concentration.
- Spring 2009
- Ms. Goddard Goes to Washington
Featuring Lauren Goddard, MD'11 an Advocacy and Activism concentrator.
- Dance Lessons
Featuring Almaz Dessie, MD'11 working in the Global Health concentration.
- A Sick Wind
Authored by Margret Chang, MD'10 working in the Advocacy and Activism concentration.
- Bound by Tradition
Personal interview with Kartik Venkatesh, PhD, MD'13 who is a Global Health concentrator.
The Providence Journal
- July 23, 2007
- Brown med students pursue scholarship outside textbooks
- August 3, 2007
- Report: U.S.-sanctioned torture methods illegal
The article also mentions that 6 medical students helped out with the report. Though their names were not mentioned in the article, they are listed below:
- Peter Chai, MD 2010
- Margret Chang, MD 2010 (Advocacy and Activism Concentration)
- Amy Hsu, MD 2010 (Aging Concentration)
- Sareh Rajaee, MD 2010 (Global Health Concentration)
- Jack Rusley, MD 2009
- Robert Velasco, MD 2010 (Aging Concentration)
- April 17, 2008
- Juan Vazquez: In Ocean State, cut costs or cut care?
Article authored by Brown medical student Juan Vazquez and co-authored by Margret Chang, Sharon David and Andrea Dean, who are all in the Advocacy and Activism concentration Class of 2010.
- Summer 2008
- Beyond These Walls