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Spotlight: Malcolm Moses-Hampton, MD


Malcolm Moses-Hampton, MD


Malcolm Moses-Hampton, MD, is originally from Baltimore. He graduated from McDonogh School in Owings Mills, Maryland, in 2008. He then matriculated to Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina. During his collegiate career, he was a William Holt Terry Leadership scholar, football captain, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity chapter president and neuroscience lab researcher. He graduated from Davidson College in 2012.

After graduation, Moses-Hampton continued researching behavioral and molecular neuroscience as a research team leader at Davidson College for two years before entering medical school at Wake Forest School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. 

During the time between formal educational experiences, he coached high school football, became a personal trainer, earned a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification and started a personal training company. During medical school, he continued to focus on wellness and added interests in medical professional diversity, student well-being and mentorship. He was president of his Student National Medical Association chapter, wellness committee member and founding member of Navigating Medical School program, which is a journal-published peer-to-peer educational and mentorship program. He also worked as a wellness coach at the local YMCA. He completed medical school in 2018 and matched into Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at RUSH University Medical Center.

In his time at RUSH, Moses-Hampton continues to focus on the well-being of his colleagues, the mentorship of the coming generations of medical professionals and improving the diversity of the medical community. He currently serves as the chairperson of the Diversity Equity and Inclusion committee and the co-chairperson of the Resident Council on the RUSH Environment. His clinical focus ranges between musculoskeletal medicine, longevity, pain medicine and palliative medicine.