Building student involvement, fostering civic engagement and enhancing community service to advance public health. 

Meet this Week’s Jumbo of the Week:
Yousaf Farukhi!

Undergraduate Education: Johns Hopkins University.  B.A. Biology, Minors: Computer Science and Mathematics

Graduate Education: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health – Master of Health Sciences

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine – Doctorate of Medicine (M.D)

Positions of Leadership at TUSDM:  
Canvas Coordinator for D23 Class
Virtual Teaching Assistant – Providing Support to Post Graduate Courses and all 4 years of undergraduate Classes Head Teaching Assistant – Clinical Anatomy (D24 Class) Teaching Assistant – Craniofacial Biology (D24 Class) Teaching Assistant – Introduction to Dental Patient (D23 Class) Teaching Assistant – Medically Complex Patients (D22 Class) Curriculum Mapping – Craniofacial Biology Student Representative – Ad-Hoc Committee on Accreditation
Favorite Thing about TUSDM/Why you chose Tufts:  TUSDM is a very dynamic place.  The faculty are all approachable and want you to succeed.  I routinely drop in unannounced to faculty members on the 15th floor and they always welcoming.  I choose Tufts for its strong clinical reputation and the fact that it is in Boston.
Fun Fact About yourself/Things involved in outside of School: I completed a residency in Internal Medicine and am looking to bridge the divide between Medicine and Dentistry by providing comprehensive patient care.  Outside of school, I like program, ride a Peloton Bike, travel, and watch movies.
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