Originally from South Carolina, Ashleigh graduated from Clemson University with a degree in Spanish and International Health, with an emphasis in health administration. Before graduation, she had the opportunity to spend a semester abroad in Costa Rica, where she became fluent in Spanish. Ashleigh is getting ready to start her clinical rotations in Atlanta, Georgia.
In her spare time, she is a pet sitter and dog walker. She also loves traveling (domestically and internationally), reading murder mystery books, and experimenting with new recipes.
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Fourth-Year, Case Western Reserve School of Medicine
Before medical school, Adil completed his Master of Bioethics degree from Harvard Medical School. His written work may be found in Hektoen International, the HMS Bioethics Journal, the Pathologist, and JAMA Cardiology among other publications.