Boston University School of Medicine
Dr. Jessica Faiz is a PGY4 and Chief Resident at Boston Medical Center. Born and raised in the Northeast, she completed her undergraduate education at Brown University. She then worked as a New York public school teaching assistant in the South Bronx, where she developed a passion for promoting diversity and social justice. Jessica attended medical school at Albert Einstein in the Bronx, where she founded a pipeline program to recruit high school students to medicine and the sciences. She matched at BMC Emergency Medicine in 2013 where she continues her training in a mission driven and safety-net hospital. She is currently the chair of the EMRA Diversity and Inclusion committee and the chair of the Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion committee at BMC. She is also involved in research surrounding social determinants of health and racial equity. Jessica looks forward to continuing her interest health equity and justice upon graduating residency.
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Friday, May 15, 2020
8:12 AM – 8:18 AM