Aequitas Health Honor Society
The Aequitas Health Honor Society at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine was established to recognize and honor members of the VTCSOM community who consistently work to promote health equity in our local community. Rising 4th fourth year medical students, post-graduate trainees including residents and fellows, and faculty are eligible to apply.
Students are required to have shown significant dedication to health care equity and post-graduate trainees and faculty must have contributed to health equity. Medical students chosen as Aequitas Health Fellows will work together on a service project that advances health equity in our community during their final year of medical school at VTCSOM.
Class of 2024 Aequitas Fellows
The VTCSOM Aequitas Health Honor Society chapter is pleased to announce its second class of fellows:
- LB Canary
- Nneoma Edokobi
- Brandon Ganjineh
- Alex Miner
Over the next year they will work together to develop and execute a common project that aims to advance health equity in our community. VTCSOM will honor these students during their graduation ceremony next year highlighting the work they have done with their collective project during their 4th year.
Class of 2023 inaugural Aequitas Fellows
The VTCSOM Aequitas Health Honor Society chapter is pleased to announce its inaugural class of fellows:
- Luma Abunimer
- Macy Marcucci
- Satyanarayana Vedula
- Sarah Yosief