Husky 100: Preparing for Rewarding Careers in Medicine

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Each year, the Husky 100 recognizes 100 UW undergraduate and graduate students who are making a difference on campus, in their communities or for the future. This year, four students from the UW School of Medicine received this recognition.

Khalida Arif

Khalida Arif

Seattle, WA

 

"As a graduating medical student and soon-to-be physician, I hope to continue to provide culturally competent care, serve and work with underserved communities, and practice medicine that emphasizes treating the whole patient, not just the disease."

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Sam Forrest

Sam Forrest

Bozeman, MT

 

"I hope to expand the concept of collaborative care clinics so that those who access healthcare services in rural areas not only feel welcome but feel empowered."

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Kseniya Shin

Kseniya Shin

Seattle, WA

 

"I know firsthand that diversity is nothing without inclusion. Such experiences drive me to utilize my training at the UW to create an equitable opportunity for a new generation of doctors and scientists."

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Elizabeth Stein

Elizabeth Stein

Glencoe, IL

 

"I am most proud of my work to dismantle vestiges of institutional racism embedded in medicine and promote a culture that champions humanism, equity and resilience."

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