Cameron Clarke, 2017 Rhodes Scholar
Mr. Cameron Clarke, a student researcher at the Cobb Lab, has been selected as one of 32 students nationwide to receive the prestigious 2017 Rhodes Scholarship.
Cameron is a Senior Biology and Community Health major from Jersey City, New Jersey. In addition to working in the Cobb Lab, he serves as the co-coordinator of Peer Health Exchange at Howard University, where he oversees 30 other students in teaching health education to local DC high school students. He has interned at the Columbia School of Public Health, under Dr. David Bell, also working at the Young Men’s Clinic at New York Presbyterian Hospital. He also traveled to Bahir Dar University in Ethiopia as part of the GEAR UP research program in summer 2015. This summer, Cameron conducted research at the National Institutes of Health's Center for Cancer Research, as an Amgen Scholar. Currently, Cameron works as an intern in the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, conducting science policy research for members and staff. After graduation, Cameron will enroll in a two year program at the University of Oxford in England, and ultimately, he will attend medical school. Cameron humbly accepted this recognition by stating, "This is definitely a great opportunity. I'm ecstatic to receive this great honor, and to have the chance to study primary health care and public health care."
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