MD/MPH Alumni Council

Alumni members who aim to increase engagement between alumni and the MD/MPH program.  The council meets quarterly and will be sending out information to alumni soon.

Alumni council members from the Long SOM MD/MPH Program.

Volunteer Opportunities

Every year we invite our alumni to speak at the following events:

Mock Interviews for MS4 students

A current fourth-year student and faculty member conduct a mock interview to prepare for residency interviews.
  • 3 - 4 alumni required
  • September and October
  • Assist in preparing MS4 students for residency interviews with MPH specific questions that they may be asked.


Class Dinners for MS2/MS3/MS4 students

An alumni speaker talks to the MD/MPH fourth-year cohort.
  • 3 alumni required
  • September and October
  • Give presentations to each class with specific information needed for that timeframe, i.e. MS2 - practicum, MS3 - preparing for clerkships, MS4 - preparing for residency.



Graduation Celebration for MS4 students

Group of graduating students in regalia
  • 1 alumni required
  • April 
  • Give presentation to graduating MD/MPH cohort on entering the next step of their professional journeys.




Alumni Events


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Featured Alumni

Rebekah Muenich, MD, MPH headshot

Rebekah Muenich, MD, MPH
PGY3 Resident, Internal Medicine
UT Health San Antonio

Becky Muenich is a Class of 2020 graduate and is currently a PGY3 in the Internal Medicine Residency at UT Health San Antonio. Dr. Muenich has been an active alumnus of the program by volunteering time to give presentations to MD/MPH students.

Why do you feel it’s important to give back as an alumni of the program and Long SOM?
"During my education in the MD/MPH program, I was privileged to learn from the expertise of many amazing leaders in public health. Their enthusiasm, compassion for the communities they serve, and dedication to the promotion of health equity and individual dignity deeply impacted me and continue to shape my current practice as a physician and public health professional. Now, one of the greatest joys of my career is having the opportunity to build into current students and see the ways in which their developing passion and knowledge is already beginning to impact the health of our patients and communities."

Rebekah Muenich, MD, MPH, Class of 2020