Victor Ekuta is a Penn Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center Clark Scholar, Black Men’s Brain Health Scholar, and MD candidate. He holds a B.A. in Biology and Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology (PNP) with a minor in Chemistry from Washington University in St. Louis. Victor is passionate about research and medical innovation and has completed several projects, including a Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship in Alzheimer’s Disease, and competed in several medical hackathons. He is also an advocate for diversity in STEM and serves as an Instructor for the MIT Introduction to Technology, Engineering, and Science.
The mission of the Boston Congress of Public Health Thought Leadership for Public Health Fellowship (BCPH Fellowship) seeks to:
It is guided by an overall vision to provide a platform, training, and support network for the next generation of public health thought leaders and public scholars to explore and grow their voice.