Student Leaders

Each year, HRSJ is led by a group of second-year medical students who were HRSJ participants in their first years.

 

2018-2019 (MD 2021)

Eva DeLappe

Harvard University: English

Reintegration of Formerly Incarcerated Women

 

 

 

Ben Liu

Cornell University: Human Biology, Health and Society

Medicaid Redesign Impact Analysis (DSRIP)

 

 

 

 Sarah MacLean

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Global Studies

Emergency Preparedness in East Harlem

 

 

 

Michael Miller

Northwestern University: Political Science

Health Equity and Access to Care

 

 

 

Shravani Pathak

Columbia University: Economics and Neural Science

Medicaid Redesign Impact Analysis (DSRIP)

 

 

 

Lodoe Sangmo

Cornell University: Human Biology, Health and Society

Pediatric Mental Health

 

 

 

Rachel Wilkinson

 

Yale University: Political Science

Community Partnership Power Analysis

 

 

 

2017-2018 (MD 2020)

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Columbia University: Biology

Health Equity and Access to Care within the Mount Sinai System

 

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University of Virginia: Neuroscience

Community Partnership Power Analysis

 

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Bowdoin College: Biology

Medicaid Redesign Impact Analysis

 

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CUNY Brooklyn College: Psychology

Health Equity and Access to Care within the Mount Sinai System

 

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James Blum

Brown University: Chemical Biology

Medicaid Redesign Impact Analysis

 

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University of Colorado at Boulder: Chemical and Biological Engineering

Emergency Preparedness in East Harlem

 

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University of Southern California: Social Science with an Emphasis in Psychology

Emergency Preparedness in East Harlem

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Macaulay Honors College at CUNY: Political Science and Human Rights

Community Partnership Power Analysis

 

2016-2017 (MD 2019)

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Community Partnership Power Analysis

 

 

Screen Shot 2017-07-10 at 10.45.52 AM.pngLillian Jin

Community Partnership Power Analysis

 

 

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Reintegration of Formerly Incarcerated Individuals

 

 

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East Harlem Emergency Preparedness

 

 

Screen Shot 2017-07-10 at 10.47.14 AM.pngHazel Lever

Health Equity and Access to Care within Mount Sinai

 

 

2015-2016 (MD 2018)

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Reintegration of Formerly Incarcerated Individuals

 

 

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Health Equity and Access to Care within Mount Sinai

 

 

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2014-2015 (MD 2017)

Screen Shot 2014-08-22 at 1.27.06 AMKrupa Harishankar 

Columbus, OH

B.A. in Creative Writing, Columbia University

 

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Alexis Karlin

Great Falls, VA

B.A. in Social Anthropology, Harvard University

 

Screen Shot 2014-08-22 at 1.28.44 AMIan Jones

Baltimore, MD

B.S. in Life Sciences, U.S. Military Academy at West Point

 

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Jeremy Levenson

New Haven, CT

B.A. in Urban Studies and English, University of Pennsylvania

 

2013-2014 (MD 2016)

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Queens, NY

B.A. in Environmental Biology and Policy, Barnard College

 

Emmett Kistler

Emmett Kistler

Kinnelon, NJ

B.A. in Comparative Study of Religion and Chemistry, Harvard

 

Vir PatelVir Patel

Philadelphia, PA

B.A. in Anthropology, Columbia University

 

Ruyan Rahnama

Ruyan Rahnama

Palo Alto, CA

Master of Global Health, UCSF

B.A. in Molecular and Cellular Biology, UC Berkeley

 

2012-2013 (MD 2015)

Picture 5Josh Oppenheimer

Sioux Falls, SD

B.A. in Public & International Affairs, Princeton University

 

Picture 3Chloe Ciccariello

Boston, MA

B.A. in Biology and Human Rights, Columbia University

 

Picture 2Kathleen Bernard

New Preston, CT

B.A. in Community Health, Brown University

 

Picture 4Alina Fomovska

New York City, NY

B.A. in Biology, University of Chicago

 

2011-2012 (MD 2014)

Salina Bakshi

Pennington, NJ

B.A. in History, Columbia University

 

Marie Oliva Hennelly

Santa Fe, NM

Sc.B. in Biology, Brown University

 

Andrea Jakubowski

Saint Cloud, MN

B.S. in Biochemistry, University of Rochester

 

Aisha James

Milton, MA

Master of Education, Brooklyn College

B.A. in Psychology and French, Amherst College

 

The 8-week Health, Human Rights, and Advocacy (HHRA) course preceded the fall 2011 foundation of the HRSJ Scholars Program.  The HHRA course was co-founded in spring 2011 by PHR student chapter leaders Matt Spinelli, Brendan Milliner, Jamie Zimmerman, Cedric Bien, and Uma Tadepalli of Mount Sinai School of Medicine’s c/o 2013.