Our Interns

Current Interns

Brooke Warren

Brooke Warren

2019-2020 Intern

 

University of California, Davis 2019 Graduate

B.A. in Native American Studies

Past Involvement: American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES), Willow Clinic

Interest: Equitable healthcare for Native American/Indigenous people, Integrative Medicine, Preventative Medicine, Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities in Reproductive Medicine

Connie Chan

Connie Chan

2019-2020 Intern

 

University of California, Berkeley 2015 Graduate

Double Major in Public Health and Economics, Minor in Education

Involvement: Initiative for Community Wellness (ICW), Peer Health Exchange (PHE), Health Leads, Ascend Business Organization

Interest: Community Health, Accessible Healthcare to all, Holistic health, Preventative medicine, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare technologies, Social justice empowerment

Prior Interns

My Nguyen

My Nguyen

2018-2019 Intern

 

University of California, Berkeley Undergrad. B.A in Public Health and Global Poverty and Practice Minor

Involvement: Health Research Action, Asian Health Services, Cell Culture Facility, Asian American and Pacific Islander Health Research Group, Confi, Southeast Asian Prison Outreach Project, etc.

Interest: health science, public health, global poverty, project management, etc.

Claris Garzon

Claris Garzon

2018-2019 Intern

 

University of California, Berkeley 2017 Graduate.  Double Major in Integrative Biology and Psychology and Minor in Bioengineering

Involvement: Chicanos in Health Education (C.H.E.), Biology Scholars Program (BSP), New Experiences for Research and Diversity in Science (NERDS), Alianza, Clinica de la Raza, UC Berkeley Bioengineering department staff, Medlife medical brigades member , Lawrence Livermore Lab previous researcher, etc.

Interest: Equal Access Health Care, Integrative Medicine, Project Management, free community clinics, social justice empowerment, psychological services for the community.

Samuel Aptekar

Samuel Aptekar

2019-2020 intern

 

University of California, Berkeley 2018 Graduate

B.A in History, with emphasis in Medical Anthropology

Hometown: Gilroy, CA

Involvement: UCSF HEAL Initiative

Interest: health of migrant farm workers and legal, economic, and social factors that prevent the acquisition of quality healthcare

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A world where the most vulnerable populations have equitable access to the best health professionals.

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