Will (he/him) is a senior and first year Master of Public Health student at WashU studying Epidemiology and Biostatistics. He hopes to attend medical school in the future in pursuit of being a physician who works to both treat and prevent disease for his patients by addressing the social factors influencing their health.
As president of Washington University’s Minority Association of Premedical Students (MAPS) chapter, Will works to improve access to academic resources, mentorship, and research opportunities for people of color pursuing a career in medicine.
Will is a research assistant in the Benjamin-Chung Lab at Stanford University, where he does research investigating the impact of climate change on the effectiveness of WASH interventions in rural Bangladesh.
Outside of school, Will loves to hike, listen to rap and soul funk music, try new restaurants, and watch basketball.