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jen gamez

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Jennifer Gamez (2014) first became interested in public health when it was introduced to her in the Human Services Professions course. As a result, she decided to pursue a pre-medicine track, in order to better bridge the gap between social factors and health care disparities. Jennifer completed a co-op (Spring 2013) abroad in Faridabad, India where she observes medical procedures at a charitable hospital located in an under-resourced community.

Jennifer also teaches the children within the community at the Morning Light School. Both these experiences have reinforced her desire to pursue her M.D. in a holistic manner, which incorporates socio-economic factors in order to better treat under-served communities.

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