Harvard Medical Alumni Association

About HMS

Established in 1891, the HMAA's mission is to promote and support activities that connect alumni to each other, connect alumni to the School, and connect students and alumni.

Welcome Alumni

    Alumni can now access thousands of peer-reviewed journals and more than 2,000 online seminars.
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Upcoming Events

  • 2017 REUNION (Classes ending in 2 or 7)
    June 1-2
    Classes ending in 2 or 7 save the date: Reignite the curiosity you enjoyed as a student. Start planning to Reconnect with your classmates and Rediscover the campus during your Reunion. The majority of Reunion information will be provided electronically. To ensure you receive important announcements, please update your email address at alumni.harvard.edu (you will need to claim your key to edit your profile).
  • Spotlight on Therapeutics Innovation at HMS
    February 10
    The Boston kick-off event for the new Harvard Alumni in Healthcare special interest group features HMS Dean George Q. Daley, AB '82, MD '91, PhD. Learn more and RSVP »
  • Hollis L. Albright, MD ’31 Symposium
    March 7
    Join us for an evening of thought-provoking presentations on topics at the forefront of medical research featuring David M. Altshuler, MD ’90, PhD ’90 and Laurie H. Glimcher, AB ’72, MD ’76. Find out more  »

The HMAA keeps nearly 10,000 living alumni connected. What can we do for you?



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HarvardKey replaces your alumni.harvard login. Alumni must first claim their HarvardKey and re-register their account to access HMS’s electronic journal access, vote in the Alumni Council elections, and register for Reunion-related activities, among other things. It will also unlock new online features that will roll out, such as the alumni directory and discussion forums. Learn more and claim your HarvardKey »

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