Valerie Montgomery Rice

Valerie Montgomery Rice is the president and dean of the Morehouse School of Medicine. Rice is the first African-American woman to lead a freestanding medical school. She is a Harvard-trained obstetrician and gynecologist and renowned specialist in women’s and minority health issues.

Montgomery Rice’s medical expertise spans a wide range of health topics. She is an infertility specialist and researcher whose current work focuses on planning initiatives for patient care, research and community engagement. Her research includes a partnership with the University of Zambia, which focuses on the development of a vaginal microbicide to prevent HIV.

Montgomery Rice’s work in women’s health and research has been recognized by a number of organizations, and she has been featured on TheGrio.com, MadameNoire.com and on CNN.

Dean and Incoming President of the Morehouse School of Medicine at Spelman College

Areas of Expertise: Women’s Health, Medicine, Public Health, Patient Care, HIV Prevention, Minority Health, Health Disparities, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Endocrinology, Infertility

Location: Atlanta, GA

Contact Info:

Please contact Rashida Cloud, Executive Administrative Manager

Phone: (404) 752-1130

Email: rcloud@msm.edu

Or Necole Merritt, Office of Marketing and Communications

Phone: (404) 752-1761

Email: nmerritt@msm.edu

Speaking for Spelman College

Advancing the Health of Black Women