Mohamed Gabir

Mohamed Gabir

Harvard Kennedy School
Harvard Medical School
Master in Public Policy Candidate & Doctor of Medicine Candidate, 2023
Mohamed Gabir
Mohamed served in various leadership roles as a John B. Ervin Scholar at Washington University in St. Louis. As the head coordinator of HOPE, he oversaw a tutoring program at housing facilities for those affected by HIV/AIDS, for which he was awarded the Nelson Mandela Award. He majored in anthropology and minored in biology while conducting research focused on the social determinants affecting infants with sickle cell disease. He continued to pursue his passion for public service at Harvard Medical School as the head programmer for Mission Grammar, an afterschool tutoring program in Mission Hill. As a medical student  , he strives to alleviate health inequities in hospital wards by advocating for his patients. Mohamed plans to become a trauma surgeon who addresses both individual needs in the operating room and community needs as a public advocate for those without adequate surgical access.

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