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Project L/EARN News and Events » Aneesah McClinton selected as Humanism Scholar



Project L/EARN alumna Aneesah McClinton selected as Humanism Scholar
Aneesah McClinton (L/EARN 2010) was selected to be a Humanism Scholar at the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS), where she is in the class of 2016, pursuing an MD/MPH degree. Humanism scholars are affiliated with the Center for Humanism and Medicine at NJMS, which aims to create a network of caring physicians through ethics training, research and community service projects. Hear Aneesah talk about the Humanism Scholars program here . In Project L/EARN, Aneesah worked with faculty mentor Dr. Shawna Hudson at the Cancer Institute of New Jersey on a project about "Treating Diabetes and the Use of Health Models." After graduating from Rutgers with a BS in biology with a minor in public health, she served as a teaching assistant for Project L/EARN, and then worked for a year as a Research Assistant with Dr. Hudson before starting medical school.

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