Fall 2019 Fellows Yearbook
campaigns related to firearm injury prevention and neonatal abstinence syndrome. Her career goal is to unite research and advocacy interests to advance neonatal care.
Andre Morgan Andre Morgan is a 3rd year post-graduate Internal Medicine resident at Howard University Hospital and a medical graduate and Internal Medicine residency candidate of the University Hospital of the West Indies, Jamaica. Presently, he serves as a chief resident, delegate for the Committee of Interns and Residents/SEIU Healthcare and a member of the Graduate Medical Education & Hospital Quality subcommittees at Howard University Hospital. He has keen future interests in Hospital administration, improving health disparities and increasing physician
representation on a political and administrative level. Andre is enthusiastic to work on policy that is aimed at demystifying and empowering physicians on U.S health policies and its wider implications for medical practice and healthcare.
Drew Morton Drew was born and raised in the California town of Los Gatos. He attended UCLA for college, where he completed a BS in Neuroscience and competed as a varsity skipper on the school’s sailing team. In the year after college, Drew briefly worked in a restaurant and then as a professional skipper in Europe, sailing vacationers around the Mediterranean. He then completed medical school at the University of California, Irvine before beginning my residency in Emergency Medicine at the George Washington University Hospital. At the age of 30 years old, Catherine Njiru-Sewer Catherine is a second-year Family Medicine resident with The Wright Center, National Family Medicine Residency Program, Unity Health Care, Washington DC. She is a 2018 graduate of the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM), Blacksburg, VA campus. She was originally born in Kenya, East Africa and has lived in Maryland since coming to the US.
he is now officially in his final year of training.
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